I hope this post doesn’t get me thrown in jail. It’s slap full of photographic blips from I Seem To Be a Verb by Buckminster Fuller with Jerome Agel and Quentin Fiore, a now-out-of-print book published in 1970. I ran across it in the early 1980s while perusing the shelves of Clemson University’s small satellite library in the school of architecture. I’d been attracted by its nonconventional layout and generalist, big-picture point of view which connected diverse disciplines such as design, engineering, art, science, philosophy, technology, education, and pop culture. Continue reading “I seem to be a verb”