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
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
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
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
Here are some photos from my visit to this year’s NAMM Convention: For more, visit my Picasa web album. I’ll be posting more about the show in the coming days and weeks. Continue reading Photos From NAMM 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
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.
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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