Chasing the image
'I usually think you are too grumpy about slideshows, I don't mind them, but if you click on a project [Amsterdam practice Concrete Architectural] you get an unstoppable slideshow. Only one of the slides has the information on it. But the slide changes before you can read more than a sentence. You have to wait for it to recycle to read the next sentence, and so on. Mad, mad, mad.' Writes a reader.
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