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Thoughts and Facts e-book

Author:

S. Marzano

Language:

English

Category:

Transport

Subcategory:

Engineering

ePub size:

1815 kb

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Rating:

4.2

Publisher:

V+K Publishing/Inmerc B.V. (December 31, 1998)

Pages:

120

ISBN:

9066117311

Thoughts and Facts e-book

by S. Marzano


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ALEXANDRIA MARZANO-LESNEVICH’S new book The Fact of a Body: A Murder and a Memoir bills itself as a hybrid of two popular nonfiction forms: true crime and memoir. The story of a pedophile named Ricky Langley who murdered a young boy in Louisiana in 1992 and the equally harrowing narrative of the author’s own molestation by her grandfather when she was a child, the book has two blockbuster premises where it would only take one to get most reader-voyeurs interested

Stefano Marzano, Senior Director of the Phil ips Design Group, is one of the world''s foremost designers

This is a compendium of brief essays by the Director of Design at Philips. It is extremely interesting as a showcase for his thoughtfulness and what goes into the design process at Philips, from electronic minaturization and city lighting to ethical concerns about the environment and even the concerns of developing countries and their (unprofitable) needs.

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Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich on the long road to writing this book, and . But I hadn’t thought about it in years, because in my mind he had become just the abuse.

Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich on the long road to writing this book, and the murder case that’s obsessed her for a decade. Marzano-Lesnevich and I spoke by phone about the long road to The Fact of a Body, and about the very good questions she raises in her book. Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich, author of The Fact of a BodyCourtesy of Flatiron Books. You spent 10 years working on this project. This book is so personal and you’ve been working on it for so long.

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It was, says Marzano-Lesnevich, a book that she had to write. It unearthed something deeply unresolved in my life. For a while I thought I should just leave the past behind but eventually I came to realise that could no longer be the case. Marzano-Lesnevich would spent the next decade poring over Langley’s past while trying to come to terms with her own, most notably with why her parents acknowledged her grandfather’s abuse but then chose to lock it away, never to be mentioned, and move on.

The Fact of a Body by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich is a raw and . The book then segues into Marzano-Lesnevich’s painful excavation of her own dark past: she was sexually molested by her maternal grandfather fo.

The Fact of a Body by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich is a raw and uncompromising tale about child sex abuse and the far-reaching legacy it leaves on individuals, families and communities. The book then segues into Marzano-Lesnevich’s painful excavation of her own dark past: she was sexually molested by her maternal grandfather for many years.

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This is a compendium of brief essays by the Director of Design at Philips. It is extremely interesting as a showcase for his thoughtfulness and what goes into the design process at Philips, from electronic minaturization and city lighting to ethical concerns about the environment and even the concerns of developing countries and their (unprofitable) needs. I was truly rivetted by much of it, and saw certain areas of design I knew in new ways while learning about others. The Second volume, FACTS, consists largely of beautiful photos of his group's products. At the very least, I will consider Philips products first now, as I know some of what is behind them.
I would recommend this book to any design student: Philips is not just about profit, but about much much more. Marzano really gets you to think about both how and why products are designed the way that they are and, by extension, we can imagine the type of society and culture that we want in the future. It is a tour de force. As thought, this is truly outstanding and stimulates the appetite for further inquiry - just what a student needs.
That being said, there are many things that the book is not, about which potential readers should know. Marzano does not go into how his design group fits into Philips - as I understand it, it is autonomous from the business units and must sell its ideas to them and I suspect that lots of his ideas get lost in the brutal translation to profit-seeking manufactures. Morover, Marzano evokes rather than systematially develops or analyses his concepts; this is not necessarily a criticism, but the reader will have to seek them elsewhere for more consistent treatment. Finally, Marzano also gets into the public policy arena - arguing that designers should try to communicate their progressive ideas to politicians - which I found a worthy thought but rather vague and even naive on his part.
Warmly recommended.
Shakagul
I find this book to be one of the best recounts of product design methodology written for designers in a designer's language. It goes further than just presenting design theory. In Volume I, the thoughts and theory is presented and in Volume 2 the results of applying the theory are shown. This is not just a book that presents you with a dry theory. It basically tells you the how and the outcome of the design process in two beautifully designed Volumes.

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