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Comparison Of Porsche Cars of Today And Yesterday

By Lorraine Espinoza / November 5, 2016

The Porsche cars now are very different from the cars of yesterday. Today Porsche car manufacturers make life easier for drivers and security has improved a lot.A few years ago, the automotive brands fought to offer more space, the highest power and the largest number of accessories in their models. But today things have changed; […]

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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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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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8 Ideas For Technology

By Lorraine Espinoza / September 5, 2015

A beautiful layout and intuitive navigation should the starting point of an architect’s website. But this is where most architects stop. So what comes next? There are many options, but all involve providing user-centric content. That means if you market to dentists, you provide a white-paper on how dentists can increase throughput with a good […]

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What Are Your 2012 Design Resolutions?

By Lorraine Espinoza / July 28, 2015

Finally, last night, I realized something: I had become a professional job seeker. For twenty-two months, I have been unemployed and acting like it, hoping that the economy would improve, architecture would rebound, and someone would hire me. All of my actions to date have revolved around that. Really, there’s nothing wrong with it; that […]