Back from Vacation w/ Some Interesting Posts

July 9, 2008

image You’ve probably noticed things have been rather quiet for the last couple weeks here at The CAD Geek. My reason for the silence is simple – vacation. This year I returned once again to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and had a most wonderful time. Among the highlights of this year’s trip was a tour to see the Corolla Wild Horses. Seeing the wild Spanish Mustangs which roam the beaches of Corolla was quite a sight to behold. But like all great vacations – they come to an end all too quickly.

It goes without saying that I ended up neglecting my blog during vacation but alas – I’m back. Since I haven’t necessarily had a chance to prepare a substantial blog entry I figured I’d share some of what I have been reading since my return from vacation.

Standardizing Your Company - Part 3: Start at the Top (Eric Chappell @ civil3d.com) – Part 3 in a series of posts talking about how to successfully standardize your company.

A word cloud resume? (Robin Capper @ RobiNZ CAD Blog) – A fun little discovery that creates a word cloud of a web page.  Major geekiness here!

Autodesk Design Review 2009 SP Update (Volker Joseph @ Beyond the Paper) – A service pack for Design Review has been released.

Autodesk and Bentley Systems on Interoperability in AEC (Shaan Hurley @ Between The Lines) – Pretty substantial announcement between 2 of the CAD industry leaders.

Google Releases 3D World Lively (Google Blogoscoped) – Google launches a new 3D chat program/interface.

Five Best Windows Maintenance Tools (Adam Pash @ Lifehacker) – 5 intriguing downloads to keep your machine running on all cylinders.

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2 comments on “Back from Vacation w/ Some Interesting Posts”

  1. well, But as I found interesting people to follow and got the hang of it, ... I always feel like I have to polish my blog posts and it seems to take me at least an!

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