This used to be a very good site for architects to critique each other's work but it has been allowed to deteriorate and now has mainly mediocre apps and hints.
Some bugs with links and designs and photos.
It's about architecture, and it has Jennifer Aniston on the cover. What else could you possibly want from a magazine?
Inside, there's a photo of Mariah Carey in an extraordinarily tight low-cut dress, standing pictured against the background of ...oh ... what is it again? Sorry, I got a bit distracted there. And look, there's Sheryl Crow, and Vidal Sassoon, not to mention Sting, and Ralph Lauren, and Norman Foster, also a star but this time an architectural one. And some very expensive homes, obviously, set against blue skies in which you just know that any passing fluffy little clouds have been carefully arranged to set off the foreground perfectly.
If you want your architecture glossy, and enjoy the sort of mags where you get a free tote bag for subscribing, this could well be for you. The sub-heading is "Your home on the web", though if that's true, you probably don't need a free tote bag anyway.
I knocked a point off because a lot of the feature material was in the form of slide shows that simply didn't work in Firefox. And when I switched to IE, I was hit by an obtrusive floating ad for that free tote bag. I lost count of how many times I was offered that bag. I don't want a tote bag, really, thanks. I still have the one from the National Trust, and The World Wildlife Fund, and you can just have too many free tote bags, in my opinion.
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