- Jan 4, 2003
> Where has all the initiative gone? No one has posted in days, andWell, between the holidays, family business, and catching
> even at that, there are hardly any posts at all.
up/stockpiling up of work (the kind one is paid for, by an employer)
I have been kinda swamped. I assume the same of most people.
I certainly wouldn't draw any conclussions of abandonment from this.
I think a good amount of progress has been made, and is being made.
But not all progress is visible.
We now have articulated clearer positions on economics and philosophy
regarding arcology as a real world project. I consider these a big
plus, since a well defined goal is the best tool a project can have.
We have feedback to review and discuss regarding web design and
content. We have a web designer offering time.
We briefly explored the idea of a computer simulation of arcology as
both a design and marketing tool, and while it may not make sense now
with our resoources, it will certainly be a valuable tool in the near
I think there's some progress here. Certainly enough to warrant
staying on. But as Dan says, if you have other interests, by all
means pursue them. This is not a hobby for me. It's a career.
> I don't mean to sound rude, and pardon my bluntness, but unless
> anyone is serious about any of this, then I'll find other groups &
> hobbies to involve myself with.
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>