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Back in 2008 we used to searched the web for content to post on the blog, but now due to technology and accessibility of information, more and more artists are capable of sharing their works online. Our method, in a way, is evolving but out responsibility remains the same, and that is to curate for our readers what is culturally valuable, even though for some the cultural importance would be just 15 mins. It becomes harder and harder for us to choose what to showcase for our readers given that we are bombarded with lots of visual information because of these technologies . But we think the most important rule is we share the things that we like and what we think has a contribution to the whole scene. To cut it short, we will post images directly from instagram from time to time.
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