Supertramp on the brain
I just realized I love Supertramp and always have. WTF. What else do Ilove that I don’t know that I do?
— John Tolva (@Immerito) March 21, 2012
Really the only way to get this out of my head was to mess with it.
Views From the Tank
- April 22, 2014New York City, NYApril 28, 2014Helsinki, FinlandMay 14, 2014Chicago, ILMay 28, 2014Sydney, Australia
- DJ'ing "Chicago" night in Helsinki Tuesday 29.4.2014
Windy City + Daughter of the Baltic Sea!
- Missouri will fire deafening 'sound cannons' at drivers to deter work zone speeding
Applause for being badass, but what about, you know, drivers crapping their pants at the sound cannon and getting in an accident?
- Here's A City Made Out Of 100,000 Staples
Lots of sunlight in those buildings without interiors.
- Chicago Triathlon SuperSprint Race Introduces New Divvy Wave
Should be a special award for simply using a 45lb bike in a triathlon.
- The Shepard Tone
"... the auditory illusion of a tone that continually ascends or descends in pitch, yet which ultimately seems to get no higher or lower."
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Pleased to announce that I have recently joined PositivEnergy Practice as its president. PEP, as it is known, is a small engineering firm in Chicago that does big things — as in really tall and very complicated things. I’m leading a group of talented engineers who design (and re-design) buildings, districts and cities. PEP’s speciality […]Continue Reading
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