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Posted by Eric on April 28, 2016  |   No Comments »
storage plans

Patterson Pope knows storage. It’s a refrain we repeat again and again, and it accurately reflects not only the way we run our business but our passion for the subject. While that may be hard for some people to believe, it’s nonetheless true. Hey, there are also people who enjoy strapping on

Posted by Eric on April 21, 2016  |   No Comments »
Law Library Shelving

Twelve years ago, my wife and I were looking to buy our first “together” home. She already lived in a house when I met her, but after four years of marriage we decided it was time to find a place we could truly call “ours.” I remember the real estate agent showing us a couple dozen

Posted by Eric on April 12, 2016  |   No Comments »
space planner

When I was little, the only thing I knew about space travel was what I gleaned from watching shows like “Space: 1999,” “Lost in Space,” and “Star Trek.” At the movies, there was “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and, of course, the original “Star Wars.” By 1978 I had

Posted by Eric on April 6, 2016  |   No Comments »

To this blogger’s mind, there’s something very appealing about an Amish barn raising. Hear me out, here. You show up in the morning with your tools, mingle with your friends and family, and work your butt off. Throughout the day, everyone has a specific job to do and there’s plenty of

Posted by Eric on March 28, 2016  |   No Comments »
Evidence Storage

Like so many other industries, law enforcement is going through a number of changes, not the least of which is how evidence handling is done. What “evidence management” meant even five years ago is a far cry from what it means today. There’s been a lot going on! With that in mind, we

Posted by Gretchen Theissen on March 18, 2016  |   No Comments »
big data

Did you see the 2001 movie, “A Beautiful Mind”? In the film, Russell Crowe plays a brilliant but troubled mathematician. He sees mathematical equations in everything – in the way the wind blows, in the angle of a building, or in the measurement between steps taken on a sidewalk.

Posted by Eric on March 11, 2016  |   No Comments »
Lightline Architectural Walls

The less you see, the more there is to like. No, that’s not a Zen Buddhist koan. And no, I’m not talking about your in-laws. Instead, that line typifies the feeling one has when looking at the beautiful new KI Lightline installations at the Atlanta History Center (AHC) in historic Buckhead,

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