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it is not actually "me", it is actually "we". we are a couple married to each other and dedicated to architecture. have chosen the word "simulacra" (the term coined by Baudrillard)as the contents of these blogs are simulation of knowledge yet everybody related to architecture knows how far fledged that claim is! its truly a hyperreal world, we are nothing but copies of each other.