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Posts Tagged ‘problem’

Architecture’s existential crisis pt 2: The foundations of architecture

In part 1, I outlined architecture’s distraction with competitive theories rather than acting as a professional discipline and serving society. In this part, I will talk a bit about the categories of architectural theories and styles, and how we can unify these. Why theories and styles are inappropriate Goals and foundation are equally important to […]

If you have 48 people at a bar and they rotate…

I have a math question. I’m typing this out at an ungodly hour with my favourite homebrew of cocoa (with a secret blend of other ingredients, but mainly involving sugar) and I’m presented with an interesting math problem. I’m not the smartest mathematician out there and only know so much as my highschool syllabus (no, […]

How to solve the big Internet problem.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, the Internet is full of trash. When I say trash, I don’t just refer to websites and data, I mean people. The Internet has a startlingly similar effect to drugs – its addictive and makes people act like idiots. As you’ve probably already guessed from the […]