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Midnight Oil: It’s a Doggone Fact

By Lorraine Espinoza / November 5, 2015

I’ll be the intern, you be the mentor showing me how to detail a scupper. Talk didactic to me, baby. Don’t worry, baby: I always wear a turtleneck. We may not have a crit tomorrow, but I still wanna pull an all-nighter. Have a winning Architect Valentine? Is there a message you’d love to hear […]

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20 Best Ways To Sell Auto Mechanic

By Lorraine Espinoza / November 5, 2015

tseIt’s that time of year again: Practically everyone you know is swearing to make a complete personal overhaul with plans to drop the sugar from their diet, hit the gym six days a week, and stop spending all that money on their two-latte-a-day habit. We know, of course, that by February most of these well-intentioned […]

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Houdini’s Guide To Auto Mechanic

By Lorraine Espinoza / September 22, 2015

Lots of architects have awful web sites. There are the Flash-based interfaces that don’t allow you to easily go back to something you just saw.  There are long introductory videos you can’t skip, or slide shows you can’t pause to get a closer look at a specific image. Odd music plays unexpectedly. The contact information […]

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Lunchtime Links: Keep It On the Road

By Lorraine Espinoza / September 7, 2015

To start us off, Enoch Sears (@BusinessofArch) gives a better explanation than I could about what is wrong with the sites that most architects have before giving us his pick: Most architects’ web pages are all wrong. It was hard for me to come up with a “best” website for architects because so few are […]

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Architects In Real Life Photo of the Day: 16 September 2011

By Lorraine Espinoza / September 5, 2015

In this week’s photo of a real architect in the wild, Jonathan Brown (right) shows us that not only can architects maintain relationships with normal humans, they also occasionally leave their desks and take time to enjoy themselves. Who knew? They offer a “Small Lot Subdivision Guide”, “Free Planning Report”, and an “Architecture Process Guide”. […]