Visiting the National Braille Press
Recently, we had the pleasure of touring the National Braille Press (NBP), the premier braille publisher in the US specializing in producing original braille works written by blind authors expressly for blind people. I came across the NBP when I was looking for local opportunities to get involved with disability organizations, and a tour at the facility here was a perfect way for the whole team to spend some time together, learning and exploring outside of the office.
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Pathogen Climate
What does a world look like in which pathogens are as trackable as rain or shine? How can we better understand our relationship to the diseases that circulate around us over the course of days, months, and seasons? Over the past few months at the office, we’ve been undertaking a speculative exercise around the concept of “pathogen weather” to look at exactly that.
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