5 posts • joined 29 Aug 2007
Maybe not the same image?
Is it possible that it just so happens that the picture the BBC is using was taken at the same TIME his picture was?
You can see subtle differences in the angles - especially around the 'circular' building.
1.) The light immediately to the left and behind the three windows lit on the bottom floors seems to be a bit off compared to his photo
2.) The BBC picture also seems to show a bit more of the 'stepped' building top to its immediate top right
It's damned close though
Twisted circuit smoke- don't breathe that!
Well, for some reason, it looks like the design went *backwards* ... the grey sidebars especially remind me of sites designed back in the 1990's...
I like some of the other improvements, but the new logo on the Header and Footer is *JUST AWFUL*. It would look 10 times better if it had a border, or restore the black circle behind the buzzard... it looks terribly pixellated as well.
RE: Roger Dean will love this
I've had the good fortune to get to know Roger over the past few years at a USA Progressive Rock Festival (NEARFest) and he has shown me many designs of modular housing, etc that has an incredibly homey feel and beautiful design.
I love his work, and he should be as well known for his archetecture as his artwork!
Funny, I've had High-Speed internet outside the Philadelphia Suburban area from different providers: Comcast (never less than 6 Mbit/sec), Verizon (never less than 3 Mbit/sec), and Verizon FiOS (never less than 5 Mbit/sec).
Maybe they had a little trouble with routing (the Level3/ATT issue in NYC) or weather related problems, but I've never experienced any person with DSL running at 160k...
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