Message - Re: Is Digital Design Desirable?

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Posted by  Per Corell on January 13, 2003 at 15:23:24:

In Reply to:  Re: Is Digital Design Desirable? posted by Jeff Goupil on January 13, 2003 at 12:28:25:

You are quite right, no one want somthing four times as strong, at a third the cost, maby even cheaper when the technology is there and somone _realy_ want to make any progress, From the start of the times, people collected technologies and you Romans are no better than anyone before, as now you have a technology that challance the pre. computer age technology ; placing all this in the computer, you will know what is not new technology , make any boat much faster in an stiff way producing much less than a decent 3D-H technology doing sheet materials into structures, with one mashin and one material.
Guess this is not desirable, as transforming a town, with the option of the millinium, I do not think you need a park memorial but a true visionary aproach, ------- Please this all been done before ; Artist was no better living 1905 , I would not have had any better life this I am sure of, sad thing to be optimist but I acturly belive, that true Digital building methods will rebuild the skyline even in a bigger frame and announcing trust in future and means.
There is everything disirable about Digital design, you get what you ask and expect, and often you are blind to your own best, ------ alway's been the trouble doing buisness with Romans, even they know you get what you pay.

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