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Duncan Lithgow wrote:
> And there we have it, exactly what I resisted saying. But here's some
I really should have resisted too - a moment of weakness :-). But the
point remains valid, and you've put it much more constructively below.
> info if anyone cares:
Thanks for that link. I can confirm that the building depicted in that
article is not one that I would recognise as being particularly
> FWIW, New Zealand used classical, neo classical, romanesque and even
> (Westminster style) neo-gothic for its public buildings. Here in Denmark
> they're usually modernist or post-modernist buildings.
> As amusing as it could be, let's avoid regional/ national styles to
> represent ideas. Or we could use the good old Aussie Barby to represent
> Event? Wadya reckon Tim, matie?
Might be a bit obscure for some :-). A comet, though, that might mean
"event" to more people?
Something more obviously recognisable for a repository might be a row of
books on a shelf, if anyone can draw such a thing clearly in a small space.
> Duncan (ex-pat kiwi)
I'll shut up now, before anyone starts insisting that I contribute
something _useful_ to the project :-).