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This is a really exciting opportunity for CHCH, I REALLY hope they grab it by the throat. Shigeru Ban is AMAZING. Check out some of his work.
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A great story about the Gap Filler Book Exchange :)
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Also check out the TVNZ article about the project which has been published as a book.
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Remoting it - 20 #eqnz
My time living and working the way I have since the February earthquake is nearly over. Yesterday was my last day at Boffa Miskell - I think, by a thin margin, the longest I’ve worked anywhere so far in my career. From no books, to a handful of books, to a few boxes of books, my library collection grew. Some were saved from staff offices in our abandoned building, I had a few at home, I...
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Gap Filler Book Exchange #gapfiller #eqnz
We’ve had lots of donations of books for the Gap Filler #7 THINK DIFFERENTLY Book Exchange that launches THIS SUNDAY! 17 July 3-5pm cnr Barbadoes and Kilmore Streets Bring a book, friend and a plate to share. Check out a few of the books that will be in the Book Exchange fridge.
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Prof Lawrence Lessig is one of North America’s leading academics and widely known in the global Internet community as a vocal proponent of reduced legal restrictions on digital copyright, and a champion of notions of ‘fair use’ and ‘free culture’. In this discussion recorded at Nethui 2011 he talks to CORE Education’s Director of eLearning Derek Wenmoth about creative commons and copyright...
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More details about Coralie Winn and the Gap Filler project. Come along to the launch of Gap Filler #7 on Sunday 17th July 3-5pm on the cnr of Barbadoes and Kilmore Street. Bring a book that has made you THINK DIFFERENTLY about an aspect of your life! Read more and get updates on www.gapfiller.org.nz
House of Shelves →
wordpainting: Floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall shelving defines a compact, 557-square-foot home in Osaka prefecture, Japan, designed by Japanese Architect Kazuya Morita. Designed for a young historian with an extensive book collection in Islamic history, Morita designed the house with interlocking laminated pine boards that slot together to form a lattice of towering shelving units. [Click the...
Media release : Temporary book exchange to occupy...
Media release [for immediate release] Temporary book exchange to occupy a vacant site Gap Filler’s seventh project is a community book exchange, but in typical Gap Filler style, it’s a bit unusual! A large, commercial refrigerator with double glass doors will be used to house the books. The ‘Think Differently’ book exchange will open on an earthquake gap site in the city on Sunday July 17. ...
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