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On Resonance, Brilliance and Being Adroyt

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Hi everyone; Saxon here! I have a bit of news today: adroyt will soon be moving into a new era. I’ve been bringing a new team together during the past three months, and as I’ve been composing the puzzle, the word “resonance” keeps coming up for me. The dictionary defines the non-technical meanings of the […]

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Your Fifteen Minutes: Warhol Would Be Proud!

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Including video in your social media platform is one way to enhance your platform and your SEO. Because bounce rates and time spent on your site are weighing factors when your blog is being ranked, the longer you keep someone on a post or a page, the better you will fare. It was in 2007 […]

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We Are Adroyt and We Have a Secret!

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We have disappointing news for those of you who are combing the halls of the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan today. The long-awaited guidebook Secret Milan is not being released until next month. We have had the pleasure of using other JonGlez Publishing guides when traveling—Secret Venice shed light on aspects of the drenched […]

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Adroyt Labs: The Age of Anxiety

While thumbing through my writer’s notebook as I prepared for a series of new posts for my blog “The Road to Promise,” I came across a reference to an article I’d read in the November 1989 issue of Harper’s magazine. Written by Tom Wolfe, the essay was titled “Stalking the Billion-Footed Beast.” The piece is […]

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Not All Great Architecture Exists in Built Form: A Book is Born!

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I’m heading to The National Arts Club tonight to hear Hicks Stone read from his newly released book about his father’s life and work. He’s the youngest son of Edward Durell Stone and a practicing architect in New York City. I asked him, as a prerequisite to hearing him speak tonight, how it felt to […]

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Clodagh: Home as an Expression of Grace

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In her first book Total Design: Contemplate, Cleanse, Clarify and Create Your Personal Spaces, Clodagh introduced her sensually rich take on aesthetics to a broader audience than she had previously had. Chapters in the book include “The Senses and Physical Space,” “The Power of Nostalgia,” The Music of Solitude: Creativity, Privacy and Retreat,” and “Fantasy […]

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The Zen of Shama Kabani

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For awhile now, one of the hottest topics in business publishing has been social media how-to’s; Amazon glibly recommends over 164,000 titles—a little overwhelming, even with free shipping. Some are “dummy”-style, others are densely analytical, and most are just plain duplicitous. But a few worthies rise above the clamor with a truly fresh perspective, and […]

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The Musketeer and the Toreador: the Adroyt Salon

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In It Was the Nightingale, Ford Madox Ford wrote, “I went for a walk down through the dim Luxembourg Gardens of the end of January…I continued down the rue Férou which, it is said, Dante used to descend on his way from the Montagne Ste. Geneviève to the Sorbonne—and in which Aramis lived on the ground, […]

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The Adroyt Salon: Take 7

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We’re keeping it short and sweet today with our adroyt salon question this week. We’d like to know your answer to this inquiry inspired by Voltaire, who said, “I don’t know where I am going, but I am on my way.” On this #ThoughtThursday, do you believe you can be on your way (figuratively speaking) […]

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