Monthly Archives: August 2011

Cincinnati BIM User Group Meeting – August 2011

Cincinnati BIM User Group Meeting – August 2011 The planets finally aligned and I was able to attend last night’s Cincinnati BIM User Group Meeting. Had tried to catch previous ones, but demands back in the Twin Cities interfered. My … Continue reading

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Is it time for a National Hug an Engineer Day?

August 23, 2011 – 1:51pm EDT – A Magnitude 5.8 Earthquake emanated from an epicenter near Mineral, Virginia – about 90 miles Southwest of Washington, D.C.. Effects were felt across a large portion of the eastern and middle United States. … Continue reading

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WHEN the price is right

What can happen WHEN the price is right: A truly remarkable phenomenon occurred this weekend and it is related to the Hewlett Packard entry I posted on Friday (see “If I had a Billion Dollars”). Simultaneous with the announcement they … Continue reading

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If I had a Billion Dollars

If I had a Billion Dollars The news from the Corporate World is that Hewlett Packard, the once noble producer of the world’s best calculators and inkjet plotters, has decided to get out of the Hardware business: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14584428 Not so … Continue reading

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