15 June

1752 Benjamin Franklin flies a kite to demonstrate that lightening and electricity are the same thing
1790 birth of Franz Christian Gau

Seroux d'Agincourt--museum of architecture
1996.06.15     3120z 3123m 3124z 3600 3730

new work @ Quondam
1998.06.15     3142 3600b 3705d 3730c 6100 7801

ideas
2002.06.15     2236 2322

go fly a kite
2006.06.15 10:58     3900l

UPenn M.Arch Summer Reading List
2006.06.15 13:30     3016e 3727e 4711f
2006.06.15 13:32     3770n

further new Quondam ideas
2007.06.15     2348 2349 6100b

Pritzker jury will not revisit decision to exclude Denise Scott Brown
2013.06.15 16:46     4147 5500i

Are diagrams in architecture bullshit and ditto for process?
2015.06.15 09:44     3311c
2015.06.15 11:47     3311c
2015.06.15 20:00     3311c
2015.06.15 21:50     3311c

7 October
2016.06.09 09:13     3314h
2016.06.09 10:02     3314h


looking toward the east side of Ridge Avenue, near the intersetion with Buttonwood Street



2006.06.15 10:58
go fly a kite
"On June 15, 1752, Benjamin Franklin demonstrated his theory that lightening and electricity are the same thing by drawing lightening from the clouds with a key and a kite during a lightening storm. His letter describing his experiment was read before the Royal Society of London that December. Legend has it that the experiment took place on a lot on the east side of Ridge Avenue, near the intersetion with Buttonwood Street, and that Franklin was assisted by his son William."
--Janice L. Booker, Philly Firsts: The Famous, Infamous, and Quirky of the City of Brotherly Love, p. 204.

2006.06.15 13:32
UPenn M.Arch Summer Reading List
Question at job interview:
"So, which reading list do you reenact?"



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