This end of the week Slinks post includes some home gift ideas for architects, a very cool LED display postcard that measures the time between the moment you drop it into the mailbox and the time it is received, an interesting small lot development in Silver Lake which might signal future housing in the area (we hope), and an article about penny-pinchers pinching even harder during the recession...
Architectural Mugs, Tea Towels and Plates: For that architect or architecture lover in your life.
Stopper Postcard: A postcard with a LED display that measures the time between sending and receiving.
Silver Lake's Solar Powered Auburn 7: ranging from 1,900 square feet to 2,850 sq. ft. these single family homes, these structures are notable for their small lot development ordinance status and interesting architecture. Hope more to come like this instead of development monstrosities that do not fit the feel or scale of the area.
Tightwads Embrace Frugality to New Extremes in Recession: ...or another way of looking at it is people are starting to appreciate the value of money like our parents and grandparents once did. [Creative Commons license image: schmich]