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Posted by  Per Corell on May 12, 2003 at 08:55:05:

In Reply to:  formlanguage in wtc-renewal posted by Beerd Beukenhorst on May 12, 2003 at 05:38:53:

What a WTC must reflec is a new trust in future and a promise about progress and jobs.
To do so it is obvious that new technology is what provide beside if this realy shuld make a difference it must be one like when steel took over from bricks or planes took over from ships, ------ iron took over from bronce.
Guess Digital or rather true Digital, and the direct link to production would have had a chance, case anyone realy want to make any money, but since everyone is chiken and no one realy dare invest in the future you proberly is right, that the expression will be that of these times.

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