Showing posts from September, 2009

Great news... Autodesk expands options for Mac Users

I've been a bit slow in catching up with the latest news news but this is definitely great news to hear that Autodesk has expanded its its support for us Mac users...
Autodesk will now support use of AutoCAD software, AutoCAD LT software, Autodesk Inventor Professionalsoftware, Autodesk3ds Max software, Autodesk 3ds Max Design software and the Autodesk Revit software platform for building information modeling (BIM) on Mac OS X via Parallels Desktop. Autodesk added official support for these products on the Mac via Boot Camp earlier this year.

2nd Annual Autodesk University Bloggers Social

Well details of the 2nd annual AU Bloggers Social has been set down for Monday, November 30, 2009 from 6:30pm - 8pm.
To be considered for an invite one must complete the form linked below - so spread the word if you know of fellow bloggers who will be attending AU2009.

AU2009 Blogger Social Signup Form
Hopefully I'll see you there :)

Travel through Time

An AUGI CWC friend of mine has developed this great concept / website called "Travelthrutime".it is a photography and local history website where members can add photos and show how regions and areas have changed over time. The site is aimed at pictorially telling the history of towns/cities as people upload more photos to each location.
Well done, my friend... well I'd better scoot off to scrounge through all my photo collections