Monthly Archives: December 2011

Introducing @BimDin on Twitter

After last nights succesful outing for the people who met up at Autodesk University 2011 and reference the twitter trend #ukbimcrew I have set up @BimDin for coordinating evenings out to socialise and hang out with fellow BIM interested people … Continue reading

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How To Buy A Present For An Architect

So sad but oh so true!

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Real World Examples of The Internet of Things

This was brought to me attention by my colleague Simon Johns (Since68) via twitter. The internet of things is a phrase I only heard for the first time this December at the Autodesk University Keynote speech. (Now available on AU … Continue reading

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Printrbot 3D Printing for the Masses

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The Dark Side Of Outsourcing

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Presentation reported in AEC Magazine

Along with my colleague Simon Johns.

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My Autodesk University Schedule (pre cursor to a post event blogathon)

This was the plan, will post later what my schedule ACTUALLY ended up being! LF7500 — AU Leadership Forum: Welcome/Opening Presentation and Networking Reception LF8101 — Continental Breakfast LF8081 — AU Leadership Forum: General Session and Keynotes LF4432 — Supersize … Continue reading

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Introduction to Adaptive Geometry

This link was posted by Patrick Drewello on the linked in community Generative Design. I have to admit I am always looking for “free” stuff that can be useful and I am a great believer in sharing knowledge by giving … Continue reading

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Platform Agnosticism

I proposed an idea for a long term “ideal” for the cloud at AU2011. The cloud could hold an application agnostic data set of a project. Whichever application you chose to access this data set with, the cloud would deliver … Continue reading

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