Plant kaleidoscope, Matthaei Botanical Gardens, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Three reproductions of the Oval Office. As used by: Lyndon B. Johnson (at 7/8 scale), Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter. From their respective presidential libraries.
(The FDR library has only the desk from the Oval Office and in the case of JFK, a mediocre reproduction of part of the office. Lame.)
Bureaucracy in action: Nixon’s resignation letter and a White House memo informing folks of a change in the office. Ford Presidential Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
RSVP card for Gerald Ford and Betty Bloomer’s wedding brunch, Ford Presidential Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Nixon election poster, Ford Presidential Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
from the paper “You Have 134 Unread Mail! Do You Want To Reed Them Now?” by Jacob Palme.
From the paper: “In many large computer message systems or networks, one of the major problems already is that people get too many messages, which they do not have time to read”. The paper was written in 1984.