Mary Cashiola Debuts "In the Bluff" (the blog) 

The NYT had a interesting trend story on biodegradable furniture yesterday.

And we're not just talking about housewares made in an environmentally sound way or sheets that decompose; we're talking about entire couches.

"As much as this scenario sounds like it was lifted from a Philip K. Dick novel -- vanishing furniture! -- Mr. Zyto has attempted to make his imaginings a reality ...

Associate Editor Mary Cashiola has established a new addition to our Flyer blogroll. It's called "In the Bluff," and you can read it all here.

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