Call me nerdy, if you will, but I still use those things with a spine, cover and pages that are usually printed on paper. It all seems a little recherché but some people like vinyl records and I like to learn.
There have been lots of changes since my last post here on Busker. The most important of which is that I closed my business MacGregor Media Limited and went to work with a form specialising in books and learning/education products. That gig is over now and I have resumed working with BrandWorld on special projects - as well as creative projects that are experiments in creativity.
So the web address is just one of convenience - but media and content (mostly commercial or in the context of commercialising) are still my focus - so that's how I'll use the site to make sense of things.
I thought it might be useful to review some of the books I read from time to time and see if I can join some dots in an interesting way to share with you. It will be a bibliography of sorts and, if nobody else reads them, they will be like diary notes or a breadcrumb trail of time spent with my nose in books.
Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our World
Architecture's Odd Couple
Frank Lloyd Wright and Philip Johnson
READ MY REVIEW
Now I Sit Me Down: From Klismos to Plastic Chair – A Natural History
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