The other morning, generic I was greeted with an e-mail about this blog placing on the 50 Must Read Blogs and Resources for Architecture Majors. They ranked me at #28.
Last year, ailment I made a global list of Architecture blogs, ampoule and that was cool, especially since I found out on my birthday. But this one gives me a bigger kick for 2 reasons.
1. I lost steam on obtaining my Architectural Technology degree, so this is a cyber-casual version of one of those celebrity honorary doctorates. Now Engelbert Humperdinck and I kind of have something in common.
2. I hear from a lot of college students asking to use my photos or information for term papers. I always help when I can because it’s the younger generation’s understanding of mid-century modern architecture that will preserve it. So, this feels like a collective “thank you” from all the students who tore pages out of my text book, so to speak.
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A round of applause for you and B.E.L.T. Now I see the essence of college degree especially if you persuade your course in the business world.
Yes, this is a great blog. Keep up the good work. You should do a post on the mid-century pocket of ranch homes on Ruth, Myrlette and Printz in the 12th ward. I live there and would love to know the history of the area.
Congrats to you and BELT! And congrats on your mention in Sunday’s Post, too.