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    Does this reflect a decline in all forums? people seemingly preferring Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn?

    http://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/news/end-of-the-road-for-ribanet/8659484.article

    I think it may be so Tim, this forum is becoming your show these days, like you’re standing in an empty hall, which is a pity as I think communicating together is one of the real potential benefits of a society such as this. But if the platform is not working then perhaps we have to think again. I view the ASAI regularly on their facebook page but even that is limited. A subject for the AGM I think.

    Tim Richardson
    Tim Richardson
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    You put it very well Chris. It would be a shame for this Forum to go but if there’s no one here then it will inevitably decline. Some others have also – the AoI forum was very good but went last year.

    I remember my old boss being on RIBAnet almost every day in about 1997, I think the novelty of being able to talk to other architects in a non competitive environment was the main factor then.

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