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Posted by  Per Corell on January 04, 2003 at 00:40:18:

In Reply to:  Re: Wire mesh structures posted by Fringes on January 03, 2003 at 15:58:43:

Hi
You are quite right.
I know this could act as an insult why shuldn't it ; saying that high-tech evolved from the time Gethry used the tools avaible _must_ be an insult , -- still I do not se it.
So please when you bother reading what I write, read it word by word, not what you think I write, but what I acturly spell, as then you will se that it is the general trend I deal with, the technology used compared the true trouble using it ,and the possible fake.

My critic about architectural application come from the fact that I know how these are written, my critic about academics come from the time I spended with them at the architct acadamy, but please remember, that computer art was scrapped by architects, leaving those artist who deal with this outside the academic circles. This mean that whenever you need a person with total computer knowleage, with the ability to build a pleasure boat even without plans, when you need a person who can look thru the danger in programs building paper houses , there will not be any. -------- maby this mean that there will not be people with the ability to develob the toold architect will think is natural in 10 years, bad for you ; I survived a husher life than that.

 
 
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