Decided to spend a bit of time reviewing Modernist Architecture this evening. It's been a long time and I'm getting very rusty in pulling up names and buildings. Was a good time, basically just touched on Le Corbusier, Mies and started on Gropius. Then I happened to click on a link on a trivial little topic and discovered a stub. I just couldn't help myself. I had to flesh it out, even though it really isn't my field (it was on construction practice, rather than theory). It just seemed wrong to have so little said about the topic.
Anyway, if I'm smart I'll take this break to mean I'm done for the night and head off to bed... but I want to learn more. Maybe I'll see if I can get the text-to-speech working in Linux and find some classical work for the computer to read to me. There's probably dozens of architectural treatises in the public domain that would be worth "reading".