Monthly Archives: March 2011

Louis Sullivan’s Kindergarten Chats: the University & the World

1. Louis Sullivan points out to the pupil the mind-numbing consequences of his university education: Having received the conventional college education, you were not taught to observe what was going on in the great world in which your university was … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged Movie to Novel Transition Manual

[I was planning to write a more detailed answer to this question--but many people around this world wide web are doing that already, and those efforts should expand after the release of the movie.] A) For those who know and … Continue reading

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Louis Sullivan’s Kindergarten Chats: Pathology of a Building

1. Louis Sullivan starts off by analyzing an ill-compounded salad of a building which is a typical example of the kind that mildew our land. He studies it as a scientist studies any pest, with a view to a remedy. … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged Movie: Ten Million Dollar Questions

What will be the impact of the Atlas Shrugged Movie on our culture? I am raising questions about the factors that will shape the magnitude of that impact, and am answering them before the release of the movie. It is … Continue reading

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Louis Sullivan’s Kindergarten Chats: Foreword

1. This book is about art of expression – about how to grasp the world deeply in a first-hand way, and how to create works based on those insights. 2. The central purpose of this work is to liberate the … Continue reading

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Louis Sullivan’s Kindergarten Chats

Louis Sullivan was a giant. Howard Roark’s ideas about his work in The Fountainhead are Louis Sullivan’s ideas. While he has had a profound influence on my life, many of my friends have found his ideas inaccessible, partly because of … Continue reading

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Stew Leonard’s

Stew Leonard joined the family dairy business at a young age delivering milk door-to-door in his truck. In the late sixties, he realized that the milk delivery business was dying and decided to open a dairy store in Norwalk,Connecticut, where … Continue reading

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