On the subject of time, in 1978, as recalled by Albert C. Hamilton, Memorial Issue,
Vic Report, Spring 1991. ... CW, 13. and a discontinuous instant The past & the
future are the two great ene- mies, of tyranny & mystery respectively, yet so ...
Entry, Notes 53 (1989–90), 267, Northrop Frye's Late Notebooks, 1982–1990:
Architecture of the Spiritual World (2000), CW, 6. ... TITANIC I'm interested in the
Titanic sinking because it was the first tangible sign that European civilization
had lost its ...
Author: Northrop Frye
Here is a specialized dictionary of quotations based on the thoughts and writings of a single person. It is evidence that there is a Canadian writer of whom it may be said that we as his readers can grow up inside his work "without ever being aware of a circumference."
“At last,” he wrote in 1856, when he was twelve, in the first of many ventures into
autobiography, “my decision has been ... The first entry in the diary of the
American architect Theodate Pope Riddle, a pioneer in her profession then
largely ... with a flamboyant leap of faith: “I am starting this booklet not just as a
favor to my future biographer, although with my ... It shall be a notebook of my
heart, which, true to the tones my heart sets, will preserve them for my THE
COMMON TOUCH 331.
Author: Peter Gay
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
In The Naked Heart, Peter Gay explores the bourgeoisie's turn inward. At the very time that industrialists, inventors, statesmen, and natural scientists were conquering new objective worlds, Gay writes, "the secret life of the self had grown into a favorite and wholly serious indoor sport." Following the middle class's preoccupation with inwardness through its varied cultural expressions (such as fiction, art, history, and autobiography), Gay turns also to the letters and confessional diaries of both obscure and prominent men and women. These revealing documents help to round out a sparkling portrait of an age.
Victoria Rosner. college life but solitary access is at stake here. Privacy continues
to elude the speaker as she visits the ... She looks “with envy at the reader next
door who was making the neatest abstracts, headed often with an A or a B or a C,
while my own notebook rioted with ... former enables the latter, and the home is
forecast as a future sanctuary for female authorship instead of a cage for women.
Author: Victoria Rosner
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Modernism and the Architecture of Private Life offers a bold new assessment of the role of the domestic sphere in modernist literature, architecture, and design. Elegantly synthesizing modernist literature with architectural plans, room designs, and decorative art, Victoria Rosner's work explores the collaborations among modern British writers, interior designers, and architects in redefining the form, function, and meaning of middle-class private life. Drawing on a host of previously unexamined archival sources and works by figures such as E. M. Forster, Roger Fry, Oscar Wilde, James McNeill Whistler, and Virginia Woolf, Rosner highlights the participation of modernist literature in the creation of an experimental, embodied, and unstructured private life, which we continue to characterize as "modern."
Victoria/Canada: IEEE CS Conference Publishing Service. Brodkin, J. (2012, May
... The design and implementation of a Mobile Internetwork Architecture. USENIX
Winter 1993 ... Ioannidis, J., Maguire, G. Q., Ben-Shaul, I. Z., Levedopoulos, M., &
Liu, M. (1990). Porting AIX onto the Student Electronic Notebook. New York: ...
Author: Boucadair, Mohamed
Publisher: IGI Global
As the volume of global Internet traffic increases, the Internet is beginning to suffer from a broad spectrum of performance-degrading infrastructural limitations that threaten to jeopardize the continued growth of new, innovative services. In answer to this challenge, computer scientists seek to maintain the original design principles of the Internet while allowing for a more dynamic approach to the manner in which networks are designed and operated. The Handbook of Research on Redesigning the Future of Internet Architectures covers some of the hottest topics currently being debated by the Internet community at large, including Internet governance, privacy issues, service delivery automation, advanced networking schemes, and new approaches to Internet traffic-forwarding and path-computation mechanics. Targeting students, network-engineers, and technical strategists, this book seeks to provide a broad and comprehensive look at the next wave of revolutionary ideas poised to reshape the very foundation of the Internet as we know it.
List of Abbreviations AAN Journal of the Architectural Association AB Webb ' s
Practice Account Book ( private collection ) ... Northallerton OEB Webb ' s Office
Expenses notebook RIBA Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA | Journal of the
Royal ... he wrote memoranda whilst making site visits SPAB Society for the
Protection of Ancient Buildings V & A Victoria & Albert ... Webb never lost the
longing , at the end of his career , he regretted that it was ' too late to attempt a
Natural History ...
Author: Sheila Kirk
Publisher: Academy Press
This is the definitive book on Philip Webb (1831–1915), a key figure in the Arts and Crafts movement and a leading member of the Pre-Raphaelite circle, who has since emerged as one of the most important architects of the nineteenth century. It provides a comprehensive account of Webb’s design philosophy, his architectural work and his influence, while also telling his fascinating life story. Combining architectural history and biography, the compelling narrative gives a full picture of the character of this extraordinary man – a man known for his absolute integrity, who shunned publicity but nevertheless attracted clients of high status and came to be one of the most significant architectural innovators of his age. Interspersed with vivid descriptions of Webb’s buildings, it covers his relationships with his clients, contractors and artistic contemporaries. These include his close friends in the Arts and Crafts movement, William Morris, Edward Burne-Jones, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti, who were also three of his fellow partners in the interior decorating and furnishing business, Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co.. As well as covering Webb’s work for the firm, the book includes his involvement with the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, which he helped Morris to found, and for which he developed influential methods of repairing buildings unobtrusively. During the later twentieth century, Webb was cited as a pioneer of Modern Movement architecture. This obscured the extent of his influence on Arts and Crafts architecture, which was acknowledged during his actual lifetime. Aimed at the wider public, as well as the academic world, this is the first publication to include a systematic and detailed analysis of Webb’s philosophy and all his work. It is lavishly illustrated with new photography by Martin Charles, and plans, drawings, and archive photographs, which are brought together for the first time.
Block by Block: JaneJacobs and the Future of New York (New York: Princeton
Architectural Press, 2008), 30. ... Rob Van Kranenberg, TheInternet ofThings:A
Critique ofAmbient Technology and the All-Seeing Network ofRFID (Amsterdam:
Network Notebooks, 2008), 15. ... see Jilly Traganou, “Mobile Architects, Static
Ideas: Santiago Calatrava in 2004 Athens Olympics,”in Jilly Traganou and M.
Mitrasinovic (eds.) ... Victoria Hattam, “The Color of Identification,”(Unpublished
Author: Susan Yelavich
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Design as Future-Making brings together leading international designers, scholars, and critics to address ways in which design is shaping the future. The contributors share an understanding of design as a practice that, with its focus on innovation and newness, is a natural ally of futurity. Ultimately, the choices made by designers are understood here as choices about the kind of world we want to live in. Design as Future-Making locates design in a space of creative and critical reflection, examining the expanding nature of practice in fields such as biomedicine, sustainability, digital crafting, fashion, architecture, urbanism, and design activism. The authors contextualize design and its affects within issues of social justice, environmental health, political agency, education, and the right to pleasure and play. Collectively, they make the case that, as an integrated mode of thought and action, design is intrinsically social and deeply political.
initial tested implementation used a client-server model, freestanding local
installations on laptop computers were used. ... The EMR user interface was
considered by both groups to be intuitive enough for use after the introductory
learning session. ... feedback (from both students and educators) in order to
improve the software and implementation for future courses. ... In Proceedings of
ITCH 2009, Victoria, British Columbia, Studies in Health Technology and
Author: European Federation for Medical Informatics. International Congress
Publisher: IOS Press
This volume contains the proceedings of the twenty-second International Conference on Medical Informatics Europe MIE 2009, that was held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, from 30 August to 2 September 2009. The scientific topics present in this proceedings range from national and trans-national eHealth roadmaps, health information and electronic health record systems, systems interoperability and communication standards, medical terminology and ontology approaches, and social networks to Web, Web 2.0, and Semantic Web solutions for patients, health personnel, and researchers. Furthermore, they include quality assurance and usability of medical informatics systems, specific disease management and telemedicine systems, including a section on devices and sensors, drug safety, clinical decision support and medical expert systems, clinical practice guidelines and protocols, as well as issues on privacy and security. Moreover, bioinformatics, biomedical modeling and simulation, medical imaging and visualization and, last but not least, learning and education through medical informatics systems are parts of the included topics.
226 E . W . Godwin notebook ) , as the spirelet on the chimney was copied from a
house in the main street in Colerne on ... The Architecture of the Future ' , chapter
12 in Remarks on Secular and Domestic Architecture , Present and Future (
London , 1857 ) , pp . 258 - 74 ; on the idea of development in the 1840s and
1850s see David B . Brownlee , ' The First High Victorians : British Architectural
Theory in ...
Author: Rebecca Daniels
John Ruskin exerted a powerful and pervading influence on architects and architecture in the nineteenth century and his legacy can still be felt today. His highly individual (and idiosyncratic) prose encouraged the lay person to look and think about architecture and he covered strands as diverse as the choice of style, the use of polychromy, the relations between the workman and his work, and even between politics and the arts. In this book leading experts in Ruskin and architectural history re-examine these and numerous other issues, often providing wholly new insights into the man, his writings and his influence upon architecture and the cultural landscape of his day and since. The essays that make up this substantial and richly illustrated book, shed new and revealing light on the wide-ranging and profound influence of this great writer and thinker on architecture.