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Likeability Blueprint

Have you ever wondered why more people don't like you as much as you feel they should? Are you a nice person that simply doesn't get the attention and love from other people that you should? Believe it or not, this is not your fault, and it's nothing about you! All you have to do is find the method to use with people to make them like you, and have NO idea why they like you so much. The method is called Automagnetism. Automagnetism is the way that you carry yourself that suggests things to people's minds that makes them like you without ever knowing way. You will be able to set yourself apart once you use the Likeability Blueprint; people won't know what hit them! All that it takes is a little bit of solid effort, and you can be on your way to getting people all over the place to like you! Continue reading...

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The sustainability baton

WMC has the lowest CO2 emissions per square metre of any of the PROBE buildings. It is well liked by occupants despite several gaps in their understanding of the design intent - which appeared to stem from little contact between the designers and the building's end-users during and after handover. For example, the heat recovery room ventilation units were

Prospectus for Morris Marshall Faulkner and Company 1861

F the style debate by 1860 had exhausted its possibilities, a new path of development was soon to open. In 1861 William Morris published his business Prospectus for ''Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Company, Fine Workmen in Painting, Carving, Furniture and the Metals.'' The Arts and Crafts movement was unofficially born. Morris was a charismatic figure. He was educated at Oxford in the first half of the 1850s and - inspired by Ruskin -contemplated a feudal brotherhood devoted to the arts. In 1855 he articled himself to the architect George Street, in whose office he met his life-long friend Philip Webb (1831-1915). Morris would soon give up his interest in architecture and move to London to study painting and the decorative arts under Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-82). Morris's ''bohemian'' years ended in 1859 when he married Jane Burden, and the artist next collaborated with Webb in designing the ''Red House'' in Bexleyheath. It was in this monument to English modernism that Morris...

Building The Winter Garden

The Winter Garden of Laeken is part of a major complex of glasshouses in the Royal Domain in the northeast of Brussels, Belgium (Figure 1). The complete set of glasshouses takes up an area of 1.5 ha, covered with 2.5 ha of glass (Goedleven 1988). All entities are built between 1817 and 1905 in order of king Leopold II, who reigned the country from 1865 until his death in 1909. He is known as the king who fundamentally changed Belgium and Brussels in an architectural as well as in an urban development manner. Despite the fact that Belgium is a small country, he wanted it to radiate grand charisma. He used his personal influence, private funds and the profits from the Congo colony to realize many of his ideas.

Sameness and difference Suburbia and its discontents

Others point out how government incentives and regulations have consistently favoured suburbia, opening up land for suburban developments at the expense of the city core, destroying the urban neighbourhoods through which they pass. The urban regeneration boom that started 15 years ago has shifted the focus somewhat and created some turnaround, yet the shrinking tax base in cities has led to a vicious cycle, with public services such as education and policing far inferior to that in the suburbs. The balance of spending is still on multi-lane highways, bypasses and road-widening schemes, taking passengers away from public transit, with vigorous lobbying by automobile and oil companies lending a helping hand. Low density suburbs are in essence inaccessible without a car. Today's suburbs include office buildings, entertainment facilities and schools and can exist independently of central cities. Dissatisfaction with their physical appearance, moreover, has led to the complex maze of...

Utopian Spaces Cosmic Bodies

Sometime between Shivamma Thayee's return to Bangalore after 1917 and Narasimha Swami's epiphany at Shirdi in 1936, another figure emerged within the charismatic tradition of Shirdi Sai Baba who was to have an even more significant impact on Bangalore. Sathya Sai Baba was born in 1926 as Sathya Narayana Raju in Puttaparthi village in Andhra Pradesh.15 Sathya seems to have had a fairly normal childhood, although biographers and oral accounts claim a number of mysterious events at the time of his birth and during his school years. At the age of fourteen, after a prolonged period of illness when he exhibited erratic behavior that was read as a sign of possession, Sathya cast off his schoolbooks. He declared that he was no longer the Sathya they knew but Sai Baba of Shirdi who had returned in this new body and that his devotees were calling him (see figure 12.6). Until 1950, when a separate ashram was completed in Puttaparthi, he had lived mainly in the The synchronicity suggested in this...

Reasons for redundancy of old church buildings Excess supply of buildings

Nowadays the predominantly Evangelical Charismatic Pentecostal branches of the Christian religion can claim to be maintaining if not increasing their congregation numbers. These denominations, which are theologically very conservative, also tend to attract and hold a higher proportion of young people, and are more committed to spreading their faith. They also are inclined to use modern facilities or old buildings adapted to more modern use.

Approach review historical bureaucracy and procedures for building procurement

Time, remains a crucial component of the cost effectiveness of GP services. The personal consultation period between a patient and their GP remains a vital interface for that initial consultation. There are examples of bad doctors (in medical terms) who are popular with patients because of their personal charisma. There are even examples of doctors hauled before the disciplinary committees of their professional organisations who bring their own patients as witnesses to support their defence. Time spent with a patient is crucial if a sympathetic, healing environment is to be engendered. For example, in the Mayo Clinic in the USA, consultants see on average four cases during a morning session, but in a typical NHS hospital a consultant's caseload for a morning session is more likely to be 20 patients. For GPs, the national average consultation period in the UK is 8 minutes - all too short if a meaningful rapport is to be developed between doctor and patient and those subtle tell-tale...

Urban Structural Processes Discourses and Movements

At a moment when the postcolonial national state has lost innumerable sovereign powers to US-driven, neoliberal global restructuring, Islamism has seized the popular imagination by seizing from incumbent authorities the most important ideological resource possessed by the postcolonial state that is, the power to define the meaning of anti-imperialist, populist nationalism for subjects living in most Muslim-majority states (Lubeck 2000). Due to the decline of rival alternative visions, Islamism has emerged as the most powerful anti-systemic political force opposing Western-led globalization especially since the collapse of the Soviet model (1989). Like its predecessor, Third Worldist, anti-imperialist Marxism, Islamist movements practice open recruitment and universalist appeals to the excluded and oppressed, both Muslim and non-Muslim, whom they target as potential converts. Like Marxism, Islamism is divided tactically into violent insurrectionists and nonviolent gradualists. Many...

Linguistic shortcomings

We do not have a well-developed language to explore and describe the senses, let alone in relation to the city. This restricts our capacity to experience fully, as only when we have words can we build on primary sensations. Without suitable descriptors, it is difficult to create and work with a rich associational palette around a sensation. Often we have to turn to literature to seek linguistic inspiration. Sights are better articulated because in general we have a rich vocabulary around physical appearance. Sounds too are easier to describe because language (itself a system of sounds as well as visual signs) can be used to approximate them The whoosh of a car going past or the buzz of a bee (although, as noted, there are cultural discrepancies here). Smell and taste, however, seem to evade easy encapsulation. (Interestingly, unlike our other four main senses, smell goes directly to the limbic system in the brain. As a result, the immediate impact of smell is unfiltered by language,...

Discursive Shift The Iranian Revolution as Demonstration Effect

Despite their universality, structural factors alone fail to explain the tectonic discursive shift toward Islamism in the popular consciousness of Muslims living in cities. The pivotal event was the Iranian Revolution (1978-9) and its successful institutionalization as the Islamic Republic of Iran. Clearly, a classic urban insurrection directed against a corrupt, secular authoritarian regime, the revolution depended upon a multi-class coalition of nationalist, Marxist, and Muslim groups led by the charismatic Khomeini, with Shi'ite clergy acting as a disciplined corporate group. Most importantly, advances in global (Western) communication media televised the revolution to millions of Muslims living outside of Iran. Later, as structural adjustment penetrated Muslim cities, the Iranian Revolution demonstrated to the excluded generations facing austerity and misery that the Islamist alternative was a rational, feasible, alternative political project. Not only did the revolution exert a...

The Mnemonics of Space

After the saint died without nominating a spiritual successor, the transmission of his charisma took innovative routes through several contemporary religious leaders. Apart from the development of Shirdi into a huge pilgrimage site attracting devotees from different religious and class backgrounds, there were several holy persons who aligned themselves with Shirdi Sai Baba, creating the basis for the spread of Sai devotion in India and overseas. The All-India Sai Samaj, for instance, created by the efforts of Narasimha Swami, has about a thousand centers in India today. Sathya Sai Baba, the most famous successor of Shirdi Sai Baba, has devotees across the world and is consulted by several heads of state. Meher Baba, described by many as the avatar of love, has devotional centers in Pune, Mumbai, and Virginia Beach, USA, among others, and it is within his philosophy that Shirdi Sai Baba's Sufi character is preserved. At least three highly popular films on Shirdi Sai Baba's life have...

Political Contexts

The third political context, vital for the development of Modernist architecture, is the experiment in democracy after the Estado Novo, especially during the presidency of the populist Juscelino Kubitschek. 'jk' was an immensely popular and charismatic figure who promised 'fifty years' progress in five.26 The use of the acronym jk is contemporaneous with his period in office, although to an Anglophone readership in retrospect it recalls the convention of referring to the American president John F. Kennedy by (almost identical) initials. And it has to be said that jk's status in Brazil has something of jfk's in the us - a youngish, highly attractive figure who spoke a modernizing language, and who was anxious to advance his country's reputation abroad. There is also in both cases the sense of a career cut short by circumstances - jfk's by assassination, jk's by the Brazilian constitution's then rule that no president serve more than one term. jk's project was more importantly cut short...


Details of the mall's physical appearance, too, seem a departure from tradition. The interior features Libeskind's trademark sharp angles and diagonal lines. Windows, many of them triangular, funnel ample natural light into areas that otherwise might have been bathed in fluorescent light they also provide views of cow-dotted pastures. Also unexpected, perhaps, is the dark-brown robinia wood on the exterior.

Designs Of Steel

The charismatic Hot Hoop completes the collection. The elegant design provides a stunning, yet simple concentric form, which befits the centre piece of the room. The mild steel version is suitable for use on sealed systems, while the stainless steel version is suitable for use on direct and indirect systems.

Keyworth Centre

A Southbank University building that is a pleasant neo-Scandinavian surprise on the inside. The exterior, one has to confess, is a less than scintillating contribution to the urban fabric, but don't let this put you off the neo-Ralph Erskine interior (by a partner of BDP who used to work with the late master). It's a simple enough scheme, with a tall atrium backed by stacked teaching floors served by a double-loaded corridor, and with cores at each end. The atrium serves as a positive focal point and, instead of the proverbial 'pods', it offers stacked timber-clad meeting rooms with open decks above them. It all appears to be well-liked and used. (Although additional and instrumentally redundant access decks around the classroom side of the atrium would have helped to engender a buzz of usage and enjoyment.)

The Power Of Charisma

The Power Of Charisma

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