Remembering a Pittsburgh landmark that foreshadowed today’s design-conscious business culture, long before Apple was a gleam in Steve Jobs’s eye.
Having wandered the halls of the Carnegie Museum of Art since I was knee-high to a Congolese nail figure, I'm delighted now to be published in the CMOA Blog. Ordinarily I'm a private scribe. That means people hire me to help them explain all kinds of things more clearly: science and technology, higher education, medical research, sometimes even design. Before I launched Heidekat Writing Services a dozen years ago, I cogged in the machineries of ThoughtForm Design, the Software Engineering Institute, and, of course, the Westinghouse Electric Corp. My collection of mid-century modern artifacts is in dire need of curating.