A Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer’s Advice On Taking Real Estate Photos [Boston.com] Bonus tip: try not to highlight your interesting taste in wallpaper.
How to Build Your Own Backyard Pizza Oven [Arch Daily] Apparently, building one of these is a tradition among architecture students. If you have a backyard, and don’t build one of these yourself, remind me to throw a drink on you next time we run into each other.
What It’s Like Being the Real Estate Agent of DC’s Super Rich [Washingtonian] I imagine it involves a lot of deciding what to do with all the huge piles of money you’re constantly accumulating.
It Really Was As Windy Yesterday As It Sounded [DCist] Not gonna lie, I raised my head off my pillow yesterday afternoon, listened to the wind, and went back to sleep until dinner time. Aside from the wretched poverty, it’s pretty nice being a writer.
Are Micro-Apartments Revolutionary Or Exploitative? [The Architect’s Newspaper] I guess it is sort of weird that micro-apartments aren’t actually cheaper than regular apartments, just more available.
DC Cops Are Making $20 Pot Busts [US News] My favorite part of this article is when the undercover guy went to buy a tiny amount of weed, and the dealer took out a massive 1 pound sack of marijuana and a $900 wad of cash to make change with. Remind me again why we aren’t weed dealers?