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The Importance of Placement

In architecture, there’s something called Solid-Void Theory.  It holds that the placement of a solid object is as–or more–important as the object itself. A three-dimensional space is consider “positive space” if it has a defined shape and...

Positive and Negative Space

In architecture, space is called “negative space” if it is unshaped after the placement of figures.  It is “positive space” if it has a shape.  Do you create positive space at your dances? Do you, as a caller, encourage dancers to touch hands...

Architecting a Square Dance

By day, I work as a technical trainer.  One of the classes I teach is centered around the idea that it is important to architect your computing environment. Some people have allowed their organization’s computing environment to grow organically over time.  When...