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You bring a fascinating mix of interests. While I am not an architect in the traditional sense of the term, I do consider myself a computer systems architect, a term that I use with great respect: what is the goal of a project? The Bauhaus applies as well to computer systems as it does to great buildings.

When I refer to combinations, I believe that architectural approaches can be immensely important in keeping focus on what is actually the key structure of historical articles. My area is more military history, and, again, the failed generals are those that lose sight of goals.

Howard Howard C. Berkowitz 04:32, 12 November 2008 (UTC)