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The 100th Episode: Life of an Architect

Life of an Architect Podcast

The 100th Episode: Life of an Architect

By Bob Borson, FAIA | May 16, 2022

June 14, 2018. It was a Thursday, World Blood Donor Day, the end of Ramadan, and the first episode of the Life of an Architect. That was 1,421 days ago, and a lot has changed. In what could be described at times as a love/hate relationship, the audio companion to the Life of an Architect was created. It has been an interesting 99 episodes. Andrew and I decided that it would be appropriate to take a minute to recognize the milestone and achievement associated with putting together the Life of an Architect Podcast. Welcome to Episode 100, “The 100th Episode!"

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