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Comment on what is concept design? by Sarah

Sat, 19 Nov 2016 04:43:09 +0000

@JonSteinar - you're right! It is design, and this particular stage is called conceptual. Design isn't one thing that encompasses one action - it's a great debrief, thank you for sharing.

Comment on Dum Tacet Clamat by Sandy

Sat, 02 Jul 2016 05:27:23 +0000

Woodman of the world markers found in Oakwood Cemetery in Parsons, Kansas. Very interesting. Would not have guessed it had to do with an insurance company.

Comment on what is concept design? by Carol

Mon, 30 May 2016 04:18:47 +0000

It is so hard to find designers explaining the concept design practice. Lots of designers simply don't know this activity that is shortly learned at school.. at least in Brazil. Usually it is more common to be understood by people from the research areas. *Loved the diagram.

Comment on Dum Tacet Clamat by Travis Johnson

Mon, 12 Oct 2015 03:15:06 +0000

Just burried my cousins daughter from the UCC shooting, only 18. Noticed one of these headstones in riddle or.

Comment on Dum Tacet Clamat by Mike Bradley

Tue, 07 Jul 2015 04:29:43 +0000

There are a couple of Woodmen markers in the Mountain View Cemetery in Oakland Calif.

Comment on Dum Tacet Clamat by William Maggs

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 10:54:28 +0000

I live in a small town in Millom Cumbria England. My local church is Holy Trinity in Millom. I have often wondered how a man from Butte Montana came to be buried in our little churchyard. The inscription DUM TACET CLAMAT had always puzzled me until I Googled it and found your excellent explaination. As a point of interest the deceased persons name was John B Bennet and he died on May 27th 1912 and he was 50 years old.

Comment on North Denver Italian Culture by David Johnson

Tue, 20 Jan 2015 15:19:21 +0000

My family and i lived directly across the street from Polidori's on the corner of 34th and Shoshone. Exact address was 1861 west 34th Avenue which was razed. My mother and father bought the house in 1952 and we stayed there until 1976. Wonderful memories of Augie and Louie Polidori who worked together for so many years and their mother whose name I can't recall lived right next door.

Comment on Dum Tacet Clamat by Bobby G Yarbray

Tue, 08 Jul 2014 16:50:00 +0000

I own a commercial building in Commerce, GA, where the "woodmen" must have once met. There is a "monument" in the building, made of wood, in the shape of a gravestone. Looks a little like the Washington monument. It's painted gray, and marked with the tree and "Dum Tacet Clamat" inscription in black. The lower portion of the 5-foot high monolith reads "WOW". I've always liked the thing being around just for the sake of historical I know what it's about....Thanks.

Comment on Dum Tacet Clamat by Casie

Wed, 30 Apr 2014 00:47:37 +0000

There is a woodmen marker here in Huntington Texas. It still looks amazing!

Comment on Dum Tacet Clamat by Cindy Adams

Fri, 07 Feb 2014 20:35:47 +0000

I have grown up at the Port Blakely Mill Cemetery, the mill there was at one time the largest in the world. I disagree with the translation. "In silence we speak" It should actually be "In silence we shout" I believe that has to do with the woodsman's shout of "Timber."