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Blog with brains

Quite a lot of blogs are aggregators. Which is to say, they aggregate stories and information from other sites and blogs and news feeds. But it seems that a456 (aggregat456) is the work of Enrique Ramirez, currently a Ph.D student in History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University and, like most blogs, started up as 'a place to post unformed (and half-formed) thoughts about architecture.' The one I'm looking at now is titled 'The ...


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