Monthly Archives: February 2013

Originally posted on Anarchist Without Content:
This post contained an draft version of a dissertation section. A more recent version is now available on the works page.

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Curatorial City I

I’m working on the idea of curation in SLU and came across this, from Fresh Jess: “Remember, this Goodwill is much smaller than normal, at ~4800 sq. ft., compared to a normal Goodwill at 20k sq. ft! This means that the … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Nomad Scholarship:
Along with Mark and Gene, I found Mazzarella’s “third way” less than compelling, but it nevertheless piqued my attention with respect to what the author calls the “all-too-familiar zero-sum opposition between potentiality and domination, between…

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Originally posted on ANTHEM:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPtrxAN2RnY

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Virgil Bogue’s revenge!

Most of the video is pomp and circumstance, but I’m posting it b/c I like the idea of Bogue‘s revenge.

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Does SLU have a soul?

Seattle Magazine investigates.

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Seattle vs. Vancouver

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New DSA videos

The Downtown Lifestyle Adapting to a Changing Downtown DSA President’s 2013 speech at State of Downtown Economic Forum More videos here.

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Objective: “strengthen Downtown’s regional brand positioning”

The Metropolitan Improvement District is awarding an artist $10,000 to “conduct a unique public art display in the Denny Triangle neighborhood in the spring season.” Stated objectives: “To strengthen Downtown’s regional brand positioning as the preferred urban destination to live, … Continue reading

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Great marketing is about healing

“Great marketing is about truly making customers better off by understanding and satisfying their most important life-affirming needs, even needs that people may not consciously recognize. It is about providing real value rather than engaging in self-serving hucksterism. It is, … Continue reading

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