Another day of meetings with AUGI.
I am in San Rafael at the Winter AUGI Board meeting.
I am currently on vacation, driving up the coast of Maine. Being from southern California, I seldom get to see such rugged coastline. Lighthouses, fishing ports, beautiful houses and plenty of seafood. It will be great! I just completed a very productive AUGI Board of Directors meeting in Waltham, MA, USA (Revit Central) where me […]
Well at least the first four. I posted this article in AUGI Hot News for June. Click here to read it. Sin #1: Not reading the book Sin #2: Not developing Standards Sin #3: Going overboard on standards Sin #4: Using the software like it was still a previous release
I wrote this article for the April AUGI Hot News… I reproduce it some of it here. Most of us would not readily admit that we have hacked a CAD file at some point in our careers. In fact, many of us do not know that we may actually be hacking CAD files right now. […]
As you may know, I am on the AUGI Board of Directors. We are having our first face to face meeting of the year in San Rafael this week. Read my posts on the meetings at BLAUGI
I contributed to AUGI Hot News for January 2006. We often get stuck in a rut, doing the same things day in and day out. These ruts are affectionately known as habits. Habits can be good and they can be bad. Good habits may be things such as exercise, eating right, getting plenty of rest, […]
Last night was the AUGI Annual meeting and then beer and pizza. The new AUGI logo was unveiled. New info about what is coming up in the next year or so. Many new things. Today I taught two more classes. ADT 2006 Project Standards and Developing Standards. I will be adding to the blog and […]
Have you checked out the latest efforts of AUGI. It is BLAUGI – the newest Autodesk related blog. We launched it in stealth mode at the beginning of the month and have had a lot of traffic so far. I am serving as the general editor and we have several guest authors that you may […]