- Mumford, Lewis (8 January 1949). "The Sky Line: The Quick and the Dead". The New Yorker 24 (46): 60–65.
- Reviews the Esso Building, Rockefeller Center
- Mumford, Lewis (4 February 1950). "The Sky Line: Civic Virtue". The New Yorker 25 (50): 58–63.
- Reviews Parke-Bernet Galleries, Madison Avenue
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... Given the large number of articles transferred between servers and the large size of individual articles, their complete propagation to any one server farm is not guaranteed ... calculating the completion percentage is how many articles were posted ... Looking at only one server, one cannot know how many articles were actually inserted throughout the network ...
... Retention is simply defined as how long the server keeps articles ... with slow computers or network connections by making the article lists inordinately large ... Retention is generally quoted separately for text and binary articles, though it may also vary between different groups within these categories ...
... When the server stores the body of an article, it places it in a disk storage area generically called a "spool" ... There are several common ways in which the spool may be organized One file per article is the oldest storage scheme, still in common use on smaller servers and replicated in many ... Nearly all current software using this scheme stores articles using the B News 2.10 layout ...
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