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    My husband went to a conference at Brown University a few weeks ago. He is an architectural historian so this really caught his eye.

    1. alight 34 months ago | reply

      this confuses me because.. i would think it would say "listen to the past" not "speak to the past".



    2. ≈ ☼ ≈ giamarie≈ ☼ ≈ 34 months ago | reply

      I think if you speak to it (and listen too!), it often speaks back to you.
      At least that is what Chris describes in his work on Kem Weber project.

    3. alight 34 months ago | reply

      ahhh.. perfectly clear now ☼

      (feel better, love you)

    4. highwire_walker 34 months ago | reply

      "Speaking back to you"... sort of like my granddaughter. And i learn a lot from her, too!

    5. ftoomschb - I block industrial-strength followers 34 months ago | reply

      That looks perfect for him - it reminds me of the saying about if you don't study the past you're condemned to repeat it.

    6. Valentinian 34 months ago | reply

      I studied the past and repeated it anyway. Took a job I shouldn't have taken and 2 years later paid the price. Here's hoping those of you who read this actually FOLLOW the advice!

    7. ≈ ☼ ≈ giamarie≈ ☼ ≈ 34 months ago | reply

      Hope others listen to you.

      Come back to Austin!

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