This is an experiment.
If you haven’t come here from my own website, Medium, Smashing Magazine, HackerNoon, or any other legit publication where I publish, then you’ve most probably just read a stolen article.
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Through WordPress’s automatic pingback function, I’ll try to compile a list of shameless thieves in this post’s comments section, and also record any others I come across manually in the following.
- arvrtise.com (stole “Mid-Fi Prototyping for Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality“)
- idevie.com (stole “Pillars, objectives, and OGSMs: how to define a design team’s most important topics“)
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