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Bwoglines: Blueprint Edition

Careful how you draft those plans

All sorts of plans grace the headlines today:

President Obama is to lay down his blueprint for economic recovery tonight. (NYTimes)

Blueprint appreciated: Barnard’s Diana Center is the recipient of the American Institute of Architects 2011 Honor Awards for Architecture.

Someone who knows the blueprints of NYC: Columbia University’s Professor Kenneth T. Jackson (of midnight bike ride fame), Professor in History and the Social Sciences who also really loves spaghetti. (NY Mag)

A lesson in planning–a blueprint gone wrong: How not to peddle information from Disney. (NY Post)

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    @Anonymous Has anyone actually been getting their packages or is the package center just being lazy?

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