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Posted by  Barry on April 10, 2003 at 07:18:08:

In Reply to:  architectural research posted by somo o somo on April 10, 2003 at 02:12:39:

Your request is much too general, broad & vague. Please better clarify exactly what it is you seek. If you are only looking for research info into architecture all you have to do is go to any major search engine (there are dozens) & conduct & begin your quest for research & info there. Researching has become much far easier & simplified these days because of the Internet. Remember, the more specific you are - the better others can aid & help you. Good luck!

For example; if you are looking for information on a specific building like Fallingwater in PA, got to http://www.google.com & do a search on it but put parenthesis ("...") around the word to narrow down the search field or else you'll get tens of thousands of matches. Researching is a lot of fun & the amount of info available out there today is mind boggling & staggering to a high degree. And, with each passing day more & more website are being created & added too. I often wonder how Eintein or Edison would have used or reacted to the Internet if they had it available? Would they have been ever better genuises? Make you wonder huh?..................

 
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