we doan need no steenkin computers part 2
In a recent article by Witold Rybczynski about how computers have changed architecture by increasing the speed but reducing the thinking he uses this obscure quote from Renzo Piano The bad thing about computers is that they make everything run very fast, so fast that you can have a baby in nine weeks instead of nine months. But you still need nine months, not nine weeks, to make a baby. Sometimes I think the way a computer is used in landscape design thinking is bypassed altogether.
Here is a link that might be useful: Witold