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Postby T.G. Scott » Thu Feb 26, 2004 1:24 am

kylie - lingerie commercial.....mechanical bull.....silk.....nuff said:D
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Postby FIN » Thu Feb 26, 2004 10:31 am

mmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!! lovely eye candy. fair play to her
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Postby alan d » Thu Feb 26, 2004 11:14 am

What is it then Ted.............is it a duck?

It's difficult lusting after Kylie when you have a daughter at primary school. They're both about the same height and waist size.........something unsavoury about it.

Phil, what an interesting way to consider a forum. I agree.
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Postby phil » Thu Feb 26, 2004 12:05 pm

Originally posted by BulldozerGirl
It is easy to arrange a meeting for everyone. How about Friday, February 27th, 12 noon - at the entrance of the St Stephen's Green shopping mall. If you are a member here, go and stand there at that time and look at the people standing around you and see if they catch your eye ;)



Glad to see you have chosen the Stephens Green Centre as opposed to the Green itself. I assume that is because if anything were to get out of hand we could rely on the Stephens Green Shopping Centre Security to help us out!;)



Thanks

Phil

ps: Thanks Alan, it is somewhat similar to a 'space' isn't it!?
:)
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Postby ewanduffy » Thu Feb 26, 2004 1:53 pm

Originally posted by BulldozerGirl
It is easy to arrange a meeting for everyone. How about Friday, February 27th, 12 noon - at the entrance of the St Stephen's Green shopping mall. If you are a member here, go and stand there at that time and look at the people standing around you and see if they catch your eye ;)

Great for some not to have to work, isn't it.:D
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Postby alan d » Fri Feb 27, 2004 2:19 pm

See archeire forum rates a mention in Concrete Boots section of Building design today.

Seven years late and with some crazy story about a scottish fisherman designing a castle for Cameron Mackintosh..........now, how unbelievable is that, Hugh?

Also Rogers tower is supposedly a
"minger", eh SW101 ;)
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Postby sw101 » Fri Feb 27, 2004 2:38 pm

Also Rogers tower is supposedly a
"minger", eh SW101


whu
?

what i do?
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Postby alan d » Fri Feb 27, 2004 2:50 pm

Was it not you SW101 that so eloquently described Roger's Leadenhall Tower scheme a "minger"

Well............. it's the talk of the town in London, obviously
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Postby GrahamH » Fri Feb 27, 2004 5:01 pm

This is fun.

Stephens Green Centre not the best place for this site BulldozerGirl - there's a long history there...


Are you from the Internet - ha!
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Postby garethace » Sat Feb 28, 2004 3:53 pm

Paul, do the people who fund the running of Archiseek forum understand what it costs to provide this service?

I mean, with a decent amount of bandwidth, I imagine it would be possible to introduce more high resolution content, say for instance in a competition such as Carlisle Pier or something.

Apart from all of the work on your part required to upload all of that work etc, etc.

Perhaps even something like a user gallery, heavily controlled and moderated might even be possible? I.e. One could link to a decent size of image - say 800x600 and no more than 175KB Jpeg file, like on a lot of forums.

I am definitely not into Avitars as they soak up bandwidth good-o.

I mean, we tend to think so much about architectural space in terms of text here - the presence of some form of visual companion to that is obviously lacking badly.
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Postby garethace » Sat Feb 28, 2004 3:56 pm

This is something I think, which may not be possible, but would offer a way more depth to discussions here: The ability to cut in anywhere on a discussion and reply directly to a specific user's post.

Message board formats.

This is where I started off as an online message board contributor:

http://www.aceshardware.com/forum

It is a pretty radical approach to a message board design, and serves that online community of computer specialists surprisingly well indeed. Notice how you can cut in anywhere in the thread. Meaning you can have a number of parallel discussions on the same thread. The only way you know what is a new post, is by the red 'new' sign at the start of a new post.

Any threads you have looked at turn from blue to purple in the main message board list. The messages just move off the screen as each day goes by. You have to keep the links yourself somewhere, like in an email or somewhere, if you wish to re-visit an older thread from a month ago say.

This means the message board constantly gets flushed periodically rather like a toilet. Allowing discussion about new computer products, new articles, topics etc to take precedence all the time. I mean, I could keep adding some stupid comment to a thread of my own making every day for months to keep it at the top of this message board.

While this feature can be an advantage for some old threads like 'The spike' where some new piece of information breaks about it. I can see how it would 'piss off' regular posters a bit too, with guys like myself camping on the discussions I just wish to stay active.
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Postby Paul Clerkin » Sat Feb 28, 2004 3:58 pm

Originally posted by garethace
Paul, do the people who fund the running of Archiseek forum understand what it costs to provide this service? .


You mean me and me?
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Postby garethace » Sat Feb 28, 2004 4:01 pm

Is there someone else who you have to lobby to each year?
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Postby asdasd » Sun Feb 29, 2004 5:05 am

Paul,

why not stick a PayPal button up there and see if people donate occasionally. $5 a year wouldn't kill anyone ( have a pledge week)
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Postby sw101 » Mon Mar 01, 2004 3:20 am

is that what paypal is for? i'd be on for that. or i could post some of my change to "mr. clerkin, care of the internet" :)

alan,

about the minger comment, the super industrial light as a feather uber buildings produved by fosters office just arent to my taste. sorry i have an opinion (runs off to cry under the stairs)
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Postby alan d » Mon Mar 01, 2004 11:15 am

Hey sw101......... "minger" is fair comment within architectural circles in Scotland.

In fact, we use it all the time.
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