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Blogging lessons

Has blogging come to this, that Core77 needs to publish a guide for architects and designers about how to get their stuff on a blog? Obviously it has. The piece in question is called 'How to Work the Design Blogosphere: Design Blog Editors Teach You How to Get Your Shit Published Online'. In the best aggregating blog fashion, it simply canvasses a bunch of blog editors for their advice. One editor, who has obviously had angry would-be contributors railing at her, urges you to be 'nice'. The best comes from Marcus Fairs, editor of Dezeen. He writes, 'Good work will get published no matter what, but there are three things that are important: images, images, images'. Has Fairs never heard the ranting against iconic architecture?

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