Saturday, May 31, 2003
what's hot what's not
The walls are covered and the door is in place. The door is recycled from the other end of what was the original addition.
The reason for the two types of wall materials is simple. The west side had 8'' o.c. sheathing, and the north wall had 4''o.c sheathing.
On the inside is 1/4'' pegboard for tool storage of the rakes, cutters, snips and the rest of the lawn care toys one accumulates over time with home ownership.
No shed would be complete without a floor. In this case the bricks that formed the original patio have beed recycled to provide a cleanable surface for the crap that comes off the lawn and garden implements.
Three items remain. One is drilling some holes to provide cross ventilation for this room. The other is to re-use the 2x8'' material used for the forms for the concrete piers that formed the foundation for the walls and roof. A coat or two of paint will preserve this as well.
Hiding Content [Posted] 12/11/02
One of the re-occurring themes that appear on design lists is 'hiding content', or making one's code invisible. Most of the solutions just don't work. The internet is not about hiding stuff. But in the interest of fairness I can offer a proven method of hiding content.
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Mitch Ratcliffe is definitely an other. The 21st century holds the promise of rich multimedia across the web. Mitch was blazing this trail in the 20th century. From code to finance.
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