Monthly Archives: December 2014

Longevity & Legacy Almanac 2014: The Auto-Icon.

Jeremy Bentham, 84 “The age we live in is a busy age in which knowledge is rapidly advancing towards perfection” One day on an umbrella afternoon in London, I walked through Bloomsbury, up Gower Street to the University College London … Continue reading

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Longevity & Legacy Almanac 2014: The Phantom Camera.

Vivian Maier, 83 “I suppose nothing is meant to last forever. We have to make room for other people. It’s a wheel. You get on, you have to go to the end. And then somebody has the same opportunity to … Continue reading

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Longevity & Legacy Almanac 2014: The Nomad Architect.

Louis Kahn, 73 “I just want to make my last demand in reverence to the work of what has been done by architects of the past. What was, has always been. What is, has always been and what will be, … Continue reading

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Longevity & Legacy Almanac 2014: The Criminal Pen.

P.D. James, 94 “I don’t think writers choose the genre, the genre chooses us. I wrote out of the wish to create order out of disorder, the liking of a pattern.” Phyllis Dorothy died peacefully 27th November in Oxford, England … Continue reading

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Longevity & Legacy Almanac 2014: Singular Lives Found & Forever.

According to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) global average life expectancy statistics, a boy born in 2012 can expect to reach age 68 and a girl 73. This takes into account regional health and socioeconomic variables from low-income to high-income … Continue reading

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