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August 2011 AUGIWorld just released

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The current edition of AUGIWorld August 2011 - The Collaboration Issue has been released earlier today and yours truly has had the honour & privilege to provide the photo cover, taken during my trip to Canada & Alaska, earlier this year.


Cover Image: Sinclair Centre Arcade,Vancouver, BC, Canada. 
Photo copyright © 2011–Bill Adams


You can read the issue online or download a PDF version 

Happy Birthday "Between The Lines…"

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Earlier this week I was reminded that its "Between The Lines' blog" 8th birthday it would be totally remiss of me not to provide another "cake" to celebrate this great blog…
Enjoy your virtual "cake" Shaan & Happy 8th Birthday "Between The Lines" 
May you have many many more :)

REVIT Users Group South Australia - Invitation to next meeting

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RUGSA would like to invite you to the upcoming RUGSA meeting.  Details on the meeting are below.
And thankyou to everyone who completed the survey. The responses are very valuable and will inform the format and content of future meetings.
As always it’s also been great to see a lot of interest in the BLOG, remember you can follow us on facebook and twitter for more up to date announcements on local REVIT issues
Next RUGSA Meeting: Date: Wednesday the 7th of September Time: 4:30pm – 6:00pm Venue: AIA, 100 Finders St, Adelaide RSVP: revitugsa@gmail.com
Agenda:
Content, Content, Content.
Building Content Sharing Content Getting Content
This meeting will address all your questions about REVIT Families. Watch presentations from actual users on how they have dealt with the dilemmas associated with REVIT Families
Plus bring your questions and issues for discussion with your peers
Hope to see you there.

Life's Little Mysteries...

BIMbyScottC: Setting Up Worksets

A great article on Revit Worksets by fellow reviteer Scott C.

BIMbyScottC: Setting Up Worksets: "I had this in my notes for working with worksets... I may have pulled it from another blog if so please let me know so I can give credit whe…"
Scott also has great articles on Revit Design Options - a must read