In the internet/blogosphere/social media universe, anything that lasts ten years is rare. And websites with good architectural news and commentary are equally rare. So, when an architecture website is around for ten years, that’s cause for celebration.
That’s just what happened last Thursday, when over two hundred friends and fans of ArchNewsNow gathered at New York’s Center for Architecture to recognize a decade of achievement from the premier aggregator of all things architectural.
With something in excess of 15,000 subscribers, ArchNewsNow arrives on computer desktops every Monday through Friday bringing national and international news on architects, buildings, urban design and every aspect of the built environment. Amazingly, ArchNewsNow has remained a free service throughout its ten year life.
The brainchild of editor extraordinaire Kristen Richards, ArchNewsNow gives visitors and subscribers daily breaking news without having to search hundreds of websites. Kristen’s one paragraph teasers add a layer of delight, compelling one to click through to the full story.
If you aren’t reading ArchNewsNow, start right away, or even better yet, subscribe for free. 15,000 readers and 200 partiers can’t all be wrong.