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Friday, November 11, 2005

On flawed works

One of my mentors used to say, “If you can’t fix it, feature it.” Basically, when you’re stuck with a flawed piece of work, put it in a really big, fancy picture frame. Then highlight the worst part of the flaw. Make the flaw the centerpiece and people will think that you meant to do it that way all along.

This advice has saved me on a number of occasions.

She was very wise.


Blogger Ayekah said...

excellant advice

21/11/05 3:46 PM  

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