A Pattern Language

On a cold, rainy day there’s nothing like a stolen moment waiting for a prospective client and a thick book to fill it.  What makes it even more profound is when I have a small fixation rattling around in my head and the book is the tome that ties together all the little pieces of thought I’ve been trying to crystallize.  The fixation is human networks of connections that define who we are and where we’re going socially, politically, and technologically.  The book is “A Pattern Language” by the Center for Environmental Structure – Christopher Alexander, Sara Ishikawa, Murray Silverstein, and a few more.

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