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Over on Dezeen archicritic Alexandra Lange argues for a more thoughtful, robust use of social media by architects, as opposed to what she sees Bjarke Ingels doing: "Selfie, LEGO selfie, girlfriend (I hope), Gaga, monograph, fog, fox socks. His Instagram has a lot to do with the architecture of self-promotion, but little to do with actual building." She continues: "Social media can do more for architecture and design than showcase pretty faces and soundbites." Give it a read. [Dezeen]