Re: Arcitronic?

>Howard:Do you or any one else on this list know of an electronic forum out of
>Kent State that concerns itself with Architectural issues? I believe that one
>of its managers is Elwin Robison. Does anyone know how I can subscribe to this
>list? Unsure of the proper title ARCHITRONIC(sp?). Thanks in advance.
>Tim Kennedy
>School of Environmental Design
>University of Georgia
>609 Caldwell Hall
>Athens, GA 30602-1845 TEL:706-542-4750

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