Vela Systems Announces First Construction Application for Apple iPad | PR.com

In a previous post, I discussed the iPad’s potential for use in construction field inspections. Already less than one week after the official release of the iPad, a new app has been released for use by the architectural, engineering and construction industry. The company behind this product is Vela Systems, who has developed a suite … Continue reading Vela Systems Announces First Construction Application for Apple iPad | PR.com

Best of 5 April 2010

Here are some of my favorite links and stories from today. To stay on top of all the links I find, make sure to follow me on Twitter. The iPad and the Future of the Legal Profession. . . Or not. Gas Fire Columns Recalled For Being Too Aptly Named iPad Jailbroken After a Mere … Continue reading Best of 5 April 2010

Best of 3 April 2010

Here are some of my favorite links and stories from the past couple of days. To stay on top of all the links I find, make sure to follow me on Twitter. Fast Talk: MIT’s Legatum Center Breeds Entrepreneurs Hyundai’s New $50k Owners Manual on an iPad Comes With a Car! 30 Second MBA: Mike … Continue reading Best of 3 April 2010

Best of 6 March 2010

Here are some of the best links from past week: Facebook scam targeting would-be iPad users [Macworld] Architects are often the last people needed in disaster reconstruction[Guardian UK] Landscapes of Quarantine [BldgBlog] A transit map to the human body [Gizmodo] Hydrofloors: A Vertically Retractable Swimming Pool (Finally!) [Fastcompany] Edward Tufte’s Initial Thoughts on the Windows … Continue reading Best of 6 March 2010

Best of 20 January 2010

These links are some of my favorite links from the past day or so: Crayola Color Chart 1903-2010 Understanding the Other Side: The Art of War Report: Apple may replace Google search with Bing Bill Gates Is Now On Twitter Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Greyboy Tour Dates CALGREEN: How will the nation’s first statewide green … Continue reading Best of 20 January 2010

Tool Band-It

If Billy Mays© is selling it, it must be good. Perhaps. I don’t know how practical this will be for construction defect investigators or home inspectors, but I’m sure there is a use somehow.

Keep your tools and parts within reach. The Tool Band-It™ patented design is rugged, lightweight and flexible. It easily fits either arm. Powerful Space Age Magnet Technology securely holds everything from screws to wrenches. A job for two people can now be done by one.

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Another Birthday

Today I turned 33. I wasn’t quite sure how the day was going to turn out. I did have the day off of work, which I needed and appreciated. I woke up to my beautiful wife and presents from her and the kids. A new pair of Birkenstocks (my last pair was pretty much toast … Continue reading Another Birthday