The compiler of the latest catalogue from Cambridge Architectural Books, Massachusetts, is a master of the pithy put-down. Of The HOK Guidebook to Sustainable Design he says: 'It's a fine world we're living in, my masters, when the very rats are arrayed in such pretty petticoats.' Of a volume on the 'philosophy' of architecture: 'Buying this book is a symptom of profound insecurity.' Of Morphosis 1993-97: 'Illegible, pretentious garbage. Whatever makes you happy.' Plenty more where that came from - God knows if he sells any books.