I generation (is 1955 born.) Encounter with what appears to the first audio of, generally, was placed in the center of the drawing room, it seems it was a device called a “stereo” to be angry to the touch. (The next to it is lined with furniture that liquor is referred to as the sideboard lined up.) Continue reading “The Protagonist of the Living Room”
I remember reading the bit about the Ave Maria encore in Rolling Stone when I was a youngster and I thought I’d look it up to see if I made up the memory. I found the above text in one of those google books.
It’s funny because in recent years, members of Pink Floyd are pretty dismissive of this record. It’s one of my favorite pre-Dark Side albums. Not much of a fan of post Dark Side Floyd. They lost me at Animals.
I did get to see them perform Atom Heart Mother live in 1971 at the Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh, PA sans choir horns and strings and I was not disappointed.
Strolling through San Isidro, a municipality of Lima, Peru, you get the impression that they had accessibility in mind. Curb cuts on every corner, ramps leading into stores, restaurants and some private homes. And plenty of clearly marked blue spots for parking. I wonder how strictly the parking was enforced since when crossing the street I learned that Stop signs are more of a suggestion. Continue reading “Universal Design, Accessibility and the Streets of Lima, Peru”