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Posted by  Per Corell on March 15, 2004 at 15:27:56:

In Reply to:  Re: whats the need of architecture anyway posted by nothing matters and what if it did on March 15, 2004 at 08:51:10:

Hi

You are quite right but a lot of young people dream about the holy creativity without realising how many drop architecture when boring everyday show the boring window count and code books. But still things work like that that the one having the scene together soon atract followers and when you ask for an example where it is not the ego that is the drive , ------ well we all are different and NT is short for neuro typical , meaning that the ones that do not fit norm. is likely those making the difference .
Maby we think this new tech. will bring increadible options, but facts is that where technology is planned, it is not the fancy creations or the trendy boxes ,but the boring everyday and creativity in chains that is what they want. ------ blocks and attitudes, premade and standard, no fancy hippieworks.
Ego is for the few ones, it shuld be othervise there we agrea.

 
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