Sure, good research includes cross-referencing from reliable, valid sources.
1 : to supply with cross-references <cross–reference a book>
2 : to research, verify, or organize by means of cross-references
: a notation or direction at one place (as in a book or filing system) to
pertinent information at another place"
-- Merriam Webster Online
OTOH, peculiar online dialogue, especially with those of a particular style
and/or apparent level of knowlege, who periodically sink into fits of
derogation on, ultimately or arguably, the "wrong" forums, may do well to
consider themselves indulged to get even a Wikipedia cite, much less an
By my recollection, rarely do you cite anything (presumably because your
sources or source-- your own personal knowledge-- is an authoritative one?).
Prettly much anyone can write a book, anyone can burn a book, anyone can
ignore a book, anyone can misunderstand a book, and books about what many
people already know, or books about what the authors think they know, seem a
You might want to support that contention, otherwise I'll be tempted to view
it as a deliberate attempt at distraction on your part (not that it wouldn't
be the first time.) ;)
Like AutoCAD, it's one thing to talk about something, but yet another to
actually learn it and use it with competence-- assuming it's worth learning.
Also, I imagine that some have taken ACAD beyond its original intent, so,
while competence is important, so is synthesis, which seems to transcend
competence, or is the difference between being knowledgeable and being wise.
As I said;
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