Message - Re: Lookin For architectural books !!

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Posted by  Sepehr on March 17, 2002 at 04:23:47:

In Reply to:  Lookin For architectural books !! posted by JeSun on March 17, 2002 at 03:53:58:

Unfortunatly,some of good ones r so expensive.
Internet has prepared a good chance to access to new information such as Newsletters,Electronic Magazines,etc.
Think a little.. Why do u want to buy books? To improve your private library?!
Just share them in a public library that I think there is in your School..
Improving the information doesn't need to buy books!!
Participating in local or even international Conferences is the best way of that..
Plus,becoming an Architect needs to travling,hard working and discussion more than buying some thing.
Meddle on the works of other students even higher students to know what the important things are and what u have to do to become an Architect..

*Never forget Internet that is a great useful tool to improve your knowledge..This time is the time of Global Village and U don't have to be in Developed coutries to know what is going there..U live in a far village? No problem! U just need an Internet Services Provider,a computer and a TEL_Communication.
U will find lots of free downloadable matrials on the web.

Keep your money and spend them on Traveling..

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