Architecture and the identical

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  • Not long ago, in the nineties, no one doubted that a “digital revolution” was in the making—in architecture as in all aspects of life, science, and art. Today (early 2010) the very expression “digital revolution” has fallen into disuse, if not into disrepute; it sounds passé and archaic, at best the reminder of an age gone by. Yet digital technologies, now ubiquitous, have already significantly changed the way architecture is designed and made. They are changing how architecture is taught in schools, practiced, managed, even regulated.

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  • This collection of essays seeks to explore the vernacular dialogues and contested identities that shaped a complex cultural and architectural phenomenon like Mediterranean modernism. The authors bring to light the debt twentieth­century modernist architects owe to the vernacular building traditions of the Mediterranean region, a geographical area that touches three continents – Europe, Africa and Asia. This book is subdivided into two sections of essays by an international group of scholars who adopt a number of different methodological perspectives.

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  • The Internet, an upstart academic experiment in the late 1960s, struggles with identity and success today. From the ARPANET to the NSFnet to ANYBODYSNET, the Internet is no longer owned by a single entity; it is owned by anybody who can afford to buy space on it. Tens of millions of users are seeking connectivity, and tens of thousands of companies are feeling left out if they do not tap into the Internet. This has put network designers and administrators under a lot of pressure to keep up with networking and connectivity needs.

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  • Learn from the pros! Illustrated throughout with full-color images of top sites -- including those of Starbucks, Purina, the Getty Center, Salon Magazine, and Carnegie Hall -- this hands-on guide is your blueprint for successful Web architecture. Each chapter explores a different secret, from building a hierarchy and mapping links to developing vivid themes and planning for expansion.

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  • In this chapter, i articulate some of the underlying motivations and actions that occur as people interact, focusing on face-to-face communication. In particular, i emphasize a multi -faceted approach to identity, Goffman’s notions of performance/perception, and the importance of and mechanisms for context awareness and regulation. I have chosen to explicitly consider these four aspects of social interaction for their relevance to the design of digital spaces.

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  • The airport’s newest pier, Pier D, was designed by KHRAS Architects. It is the first stage of Terminal 4, which will be extended to match traffic growth in the future. Like Piers A, B and C, Pier D, which is 200 m long and 20 m wide, was designed to fit in with the existing architecture while retaining its own identity. Pier D is the first airport pier with jatoba floors - the same attractive hard- wood is used in much of the central transit area.

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