Drafting Tales

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Reciprocal Roof Marks Soul Fire Farm Expansion

Where the Spirit Meets the Stone I was completely caught off guard. I had seen the plans, heck, I had stamped the plans, but the first time I saw the reciprocal roof framed out, it took my breath away. It’s not hard to see why. This roof design has been used since ancient times and works on so many levels. A reciprocal frame is a self-supporting structure made of three or more beams. Each beam supports the adjacent one and they bear the weight equally. A center support is not needed, enabling a wide-open, circular interior space,..

Drafting Tales has been fully released on Steam! Ever wanted to be an author? Posted by 4 hours ago. Drafting Tales has been fully released on Steam! Ever wanted to be an author? Product Title Drafting Chair Tall Office Chair for Standing Desk D. Average rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars, based on 34 reviews 34 ratings Current Price $79.99 $ 79. 99 List List Price $119.99 $ 119. Drafting Tales was released on Steam Early Access in April 2019. We wanted to get the game to the players as soon as possible so that we receive feedback and feature requests to help us improve and polish the experience. Vladimir Propp proposed a procedure for the generation of new tales based on his semi-formal description of the structure of Russian folk tales. This is one of the first existing instances of a creative process described procedurally. The present paper revisits Propp’s morphology to build a system that generates instances of Russian folk tales. Drafting Tales A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux Buy Now $12.99 USD or more You play as a new writer working from your small apartment.

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Seeking Peace at the Grafton Peace Pagoda

Seeking Peace This was my view from the top of the Grafton Peace Pagoda. My family and I were humbled to spend a week there recently, helping to maintain both the temple and ourselves. I’m fortunate to call Jun Yasuda a friend and mentor. She is the keeper of the Peace Pagoda and a Japanese Buddhist Nun from the Nipponzan Myohoji order. This sect of Buddhism is rooted in action. It’s focused on being part of the world, being of service, and striving for peace. Being out at the Pagoda taught me a lot about prayer. Growing up..

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Sense of Place, Recent Travel Abroad

Our family just returned from a trip to Madrid and Paris. This trip was awesome! We were enticed by the scale and warmth of inviting, walk-able cities. We were joyful for the playgrounds we explored and were enlightened by the simplicity of daily market life intertwined with world-class art exhibits and music. Amber's magic shop download. Upon returning, Rowe (our 13 yr-old) had an immediate reaction to our home, NYC: “It’s so…gray!” City of Light – There’s a Reason Observation noted. Why does Paris seem so colorful? Is it because people are different..

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Danish Architecture: Hygge and Northern Exposure

Almost 20 years ago, I had the pleasure of studying architecture in Copenhagen, Denmark. Some of the lessons learned there have stuck with me to this day, and I am particularly reminded of them on these cold, wintry days. Danes Know How to Hygge Copenhagen Denmark. A couple of things that really stick out in my memory are 1) the perpetual rain, cold, and dank terrible weather and 2) the relief of retreating to a warm, cozy inside. Now the relief of shedding wet boots, coat, hat, and gloves inside a warm building is something that most of..

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Celebrating the Small Wins in 2018

Eric Davenport, Founder of LEAP, takes a moment to reflect on some of the small wins, personal and in business from 2018. Personal Wins Happy New Year! Taking stock of the past year, I’d like to share one of my small 2018 wins: I PR’d my clean! What does that mean? It’s a weight lifting thing. And no. If you’ve met me in person, I don’t strike you as an avid gym-goer, and certainly not a weight lifter. I’ll never look like Dwayne Johnson (please send help if I do!), but I show up and do my personal best. Which..

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Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm Tour

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This post is all about #ExploreBrooklyn, and guess what we found? A 65,000 ft² rooftop garden, which is the Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm, habitat restoration, and a LEED Platinum Certified Building…just to mention a few. Brooklyn NAVY Yard For 165 years, the Brooklyn Navy Yard built some of America’s most famous fighting ships, from sailing frigates to aircraft carriers. Currently, the Yard is home to hundreds manufacturing, technology, and creative businesses in NYC. All of the sites we explored below are part of the Brooklyn NAVY..

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Permit Set Fires Up Greek Restaurant

Transforming a commercial space—like office to restaurant—requires a permit set to obtain a building permit. In this story, we helped The Taverna Greek Restaurant obtain their building permit, so they could open their doors faster. Open for Business Congratulations! You’re opening a business, or moving to a better location. You found the perfect spot with plenty of foot traffic. What’s next? Well, in most cases, you need to acquire a building permit from your local town or city. And, in order to get a building permit, you..

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Mission Driven: Core Physical Therapy

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LEAP Architecture designed Core Physical Therapy’s new treatment center with the same holistic approach they use for clients. Core is a great example of how smart designs help mission driven companies fulfill their purpose. Physical Therapy on a Mission John Murphy founded Core Physical Therapy to fill a void. A disconnect. He was working for a corporate company where patient-needs just weren’t being met. John knew his patients deserved better. He could do better. Founding Core in 2001, John made it his mission to help people..

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Architecture & the Triple Bottom Line

What’s a Triple Bottom Line, you ask? Simply put, it refers to companies regarding people, planet, and profit in equal measure. B-Corporations & Triple Bottom Line LEAP Architecture is a mission driven company. We help people better their lives through great design, while facilitating environmentally responsible living. And we’re not the only ones. Treating people and the environment with care is not a new idea. It can be argued that this practice has been around a long, long time. Native American culture comes to mind. On..

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Savvy Shipping Container Storage

LEAP Architecture designed a quick and easy shipping container storage for KOBO Candles to provide more room for their expanding business. Shipping containers were originally intended for the purpose of storing goods during long transits, so it makes sense that they are designed to be water tight and durable. That combined with the ability to lock them up, offers security and safe storage from the elements. Shipping containers have been used for everything from low-cost housing to swimming pools (by cutting the top off). So, it’s..

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