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YOLO FOMO JOMO: VILLA MACHINE VS. WANDERLUST By PHILLIP BALDWIN
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A STUDY, CHARRETTE, LAB, DESIGN, AND CAD WORKSHOP, GAMESTORMING IN VIRTUAL REALITY, HCI, BRICK MORTAR, AND STUDY ABROAD LEARNING SPACES WITH FULL DIGITAL DELIVERY. THESE ARE THE OBSERVATIONS. This... More > is a book that looks at gadgets and their attending immersive environments. It is about YOLO, FOMO, JOMO....you only live once, fear of missing out, and joy of missing out. It is a book of project proposals, research, musing, and project completions. The writing for this series took place over the summer of 2018 at FUA in Florence. we began to explore the social and psychological dimension of the new 'room scale' Virtual Reality and the emotions and 'history' of an ancient city. Within every new technology, as famously stated by the architect and social critic Paul Virilio, there is also the attending 'new disaster'. Will this be wholesale solipsism and alienation?< Less
Our Jungle Road to Tokyo By Robert L. Eichelberger
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Our Jungle Road to Tokyo is the dazzling account of how US and Allied forces overcame incredible odds to rout invading Japanese from entrenched positions deep in the mountain jungles of Papua New... More > Guinea. Battles take place in swamps, impassable vegetation, coconut plantations with invisible snipers buried in tree roots, hillsides riddled with pill-boxes and maze-like underground bunkers impervious to artillery and mortar. It is a detailed, autobiographical report from a leading architect of the Southwest Pacific Campaign, General Robert Eichelberger, who took his orders directly from Big Chief himself, General Douglas MacArthur. The action begins in earnest with MacArthur’s chilling directive to Eichelberger regarding the recapturing of Buna, on Papua’s north coast: “Take Buna, Bob, or don’t come back alive.”< Less
Our Jungle Road to Tokyo By Robert L. Eichelberger
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Our Jungle Road to Tokyo is the dazzling account of how US and Allied forces overcame incredible odds to rout invading Japanese from entrenched positions deep in the mountain jungles of Papua New... More > Guinea. Battles take place in swamps, impassable vegetation, coconut plantations with invisible snipers buried in tree roots, hill-sides riddled with pill-boxes and underground bunkers impervious to artillery and mortar. It is a detailed, autobiographical report from a leading architect of the Southwest Pacific Campaign, General Robert Eichelberger, who took his orders directly from Big Chief himself, General Douglas MacArthur. The action begins in earnest with MacArthur’s chilling directive to Eichelberger regarding the recapturing of Buna, on Papua’s north coast: “Take Buna, Bob, or don’t come back alive.”< Less
Tribute to the Child By Blessed Oki & Akinola Olaolu
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Tribute to the Child is an anthology of poems and prose, a rich source of inspirational thoughts by two authors: Akin M. Olaolu and Blessed E. Oki. It dwells on the aspect of our relationship as... More > children of a Father. Issues of friendship and animosity, trust and betrayal, slander and scandal, parent and child, are portrayed with mirth. “Life is a journey, a journey unsolicited, a journey bestowed on all..., we neither choose our tongue nor song we are simply blessed with honor and color… yet the child is the greatest gift bestowed on undeserving man… We cannot but give Tribute to the child to the child in us…” “ A rumor a whisper, Thus kindles a wild fire, Of tales so intense and fatal, It bails not but nails as mortar the pestle, Then pales into vivid multiple design petals, with hideous poignant fragrance..” These and many more thought provoking works are in this book for encouragement and inspiration< Less
Business Branding: A Guide to Successful Business Branding By Anthony Ekanem
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Branding is all about image of a business. The concept doesn’t only include style, emblems and logos but also the image of quality perceived. The image perceived may be of total quality,... More > reliability, and more. Branding is about the business and how a business is different from the competitors. The purpose of a brand is to distinguish yourself from your competitors. Once you make a distinguishing impact then an advertising campaign can be much more effective. The success of a company can be determined by a brand. Branding includes many factors which help a company to be successful. These factors may include a website, marketing efforts, and anything that gives a company an identity. Consumers trust wholeheartedly a corporate image because there is a psychology in motivating the purchasing decisions. All companies should practice branding. Brick and mortar business and online companies benefit through branding methods.< Less
The Value of Business Outsourcing: How to Do More In Less Time By Anthony Ekanem
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Outsourcing is nothing new. Brick and mortar businesses have been doing it for years. But what may surprise some people is that online entrepreneurs can also use this common business strategy with a... More > great deal of effect. Of course, outsourcing is not ideal for everyone. But by understanding the basics of what outsourcing is, how it works, and how it can benefit a business, it is possible to make an informed decision about whether the approach is right for your business. In the broadest sense, outsourcing is an approach to task management that involves utilizing resources that are outside the direct control of the company to handle tasks that are relevant to the operation and success of the business. Generally, this involves contracting with a service provider to handle the specific function for a specific period of time and with guidelines that are agreeable to both parties.< Less
Jethro Reid, The Sword and the Cross By Eugene Sooley
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Jethro laid there in the mud on the side of the trench just high enough to get his head over the top. His 303 British-made rifle was cocked and ready to fire. He had his finger on the trigger. Jethro... More > would constantly worry about where his bullets would fall. The mortar and machine gun fire was deafening but not loud enough to drown out the repetitious sound in his head, "Thou shalt not kill, … Thou Shall Not Kill,.. THOU SHALT NOT KILL.” His fear of the battle going on in his mind was worse than the real battlefield that he was fighting on. He didn’t know how much longer he could fight this battle, in his mind, with his God.. For now, there was no way that he could know that he would never point a firearm at any human being again after this day. ...< Less
Sādhanā By Rabindranath Tagore
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The civilisation of ancient Greece was nurtured within city walls. In fact, all the modern civilisations have their cradles of brick and mortar. These walls leave their mark deep in the minds of... More > men. They set up a principle of "divide and rule" in our mental outlook, which begets in us a habit of securing all our conquests by fortifying them and separating them from one another. We divide nation and nation, knowledge and knowledge, man and nature. It breeds in us a strong suspicion of whatever is beyond the barriers we have built, and everything has to fight hard for its entrance into our recognition. When the first Aryan invaders appeared in India it was a vast land of forests, and the new-comers rapidly took advantage of them. These forests afforded them shelter from the fierce heat of the sun and the ravages of tropical storms, pastures for cattle, fuel for sacrificial fire, and materials for building cottages.< Less
The Making and Symbolism of Paharpur Stupa By Faruque Hasan
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The ancient Paharpur Stupa belonged to the Vajrayana sect of Buddhism, now an extinct sect. Vajrayana or Diamond Vehicle was a tantric or esoteric sect. It was an offshoot of the Mahayana Buddhism.... More > The huge tantric stupa stands in the middle of the inner courtyard of the Paharpur Mahavihara — the Great Monastery of Paharpur. The Mahavihara, a world heritage, is the largest Buddhist Monastery in the world in terms of acreage. The Mahavihara, along with its stupa, was built with baked bricks laid in mud mortar in between the years of 770-810 AD. Every part of the colossal and intricate Paharpur Stupa symbolizes one or the other of the Buddhist concepts about the life and the universe. The three-tier Paharpur Stupa also contains a temple in it. Thus it can be said that it is a stupa-temple. Now a ruin, still it stands about 23 meters tall on the ground.< Less
The Making and Symbolism of Paharpur Stupa By Faruque Hasan
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The ancient Paharpur Stupa belonged to the Vajrayana sect of Buddhism, now an extinct sect. Vajrayana or Diamond Vehicle was a tantric or esoteric sect. It was an offshoot of the Mahayana Buddhism.... More > The huge tantric stupa stands in the middle of the inner courtyard of the Paharpur Mahavihara — the Great Monastery of Paharpur. The Mahavihara, a world heritage, is the largest Buddhist Monastery in the world in terms of acreage. The Mahavihara, along with its stupa, was built with baked bricks laid in mud mortar in between the years of 770-810 AD. Every part of the colossal and intricate Paharpur Stupa symbolizes one or the other of the Buddhist concepts about the life and the universe. The three-tier Paharpur Stupa also contains a temple in it. Thus it can be said that it is a stupa-temple. Now a ruin, still it stands about 23 meters tall on the ground.< Less

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