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My pilgrimage to Birkenau, part 2

I seem to have mislaid every single photograph I took of the setting sun at Birkenau. Even that was too revealing of the bleakness of the landscape, as we stood there shivering in penance while dogs barked in the distance and the wind blew into the folds of our clothing at -16 Celsius. There doesn’t […]

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A very different kind of human centered system design with highly efficient processes

Every profession must come face to face with the ultimate reality of the ways that their industrial training can be perfect in operational form yet perverted completely in its application. As an Industrial and Production engineer, I studied assembly lines and efficiency. As an Industrial Designer exploring the concept of human centered design, particulary from […]

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