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WorldCAD Access 2015-01-25 21:46:00
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WorldCAD Access 2015-01-19 18:44:04
Issue #842 In this week's issue of upFront.eZine newsletter, we have for you: Can We Trust DWGs Displayed by AutoCAD 360? Ralph Grabowski checks how well the newly-released AutoCAD 360 for Windows 8 displays DWG files created by desktop AutoCAD....


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WorldCAD Access 2015-01-18 09:38:00
Triple symmetry Ceiling of train station in Tokyo, Japan 23 March 2014


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WorldCAD Access 2015-01-16 17:28:13
Command equality for all OSes When some years ago software companies like Bricsys and Graebert re-launched their CAD software, they did so with multiple operating systems in mind. The old mindset of writing programs using Microsoft's convenient programming and user...


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WorldCAD Access 2015-01-13 09:55:00
1. It's free. AutoCAD 360 for Windows 8 running on Windows 10 Preview 2. The free version has fewer functions, reduced file size limits, and cannot start new (blank) drawings. To get more functions, you pay Autodesk $50 or $100...


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WorldCAD Access 2015-01-12 18:48:07
Issue #841 Welcome back to another year of upFront.eZine. It's hard to believe that our newsletter is turning 20 this year, what with the first issue that was emailed out on 1 May 1995. In this week's issue of upFront.eZine...


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WorldCAD Access 2015-01-12 09:00:00
More revenue from subs Autodesk is thinking about eliminating perpetual licensing within the next two years (starting first with AutoCAD LT). Paying repeatedly is more expensive than paying once, of course. As I remind my kids, by buying a $70...


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WorldCAD Access 2015-01-09 09:29:00
Kinda handy, as it turns out A couple of years ago, I bought one of the very first smartwatches. It was made by Sony, communicated with Android phones, and cost $99. I bought it from England through eBay, as the...


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WorldCAD Access 2015-01-08 18:29:00
6th Edition It's almost hard to believe that I've written and updated 22 books on BricsCAD, and today I'm pleased to announce that #23 is available from the Bricsys Web site. BricsCAD V15 for AutoCAD Users tells you just about...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-30 18:07:33
Creativity by Hipgnosis As I was buying a copy of Pink Floyd's newest album at the local store, the young sales clerk stared at the DVD-sized package for a few moments. Finally, she asked me, "Is this a movie or...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-19 18:10:51
Open Design Alliance's Teigha Cloud 4.0.1 beta Press releases from Open Design Alliance are important, because they tell us today what AutoCAD workalikes like IntelliCAD, BricsCAD, and ARES (DraftSight, CorelCAD) are going to be doing tomorrow. ODA's API is called...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-17 21:00:24
It depends on the direction I love checking numbers, and so I was interested when Dell joined Autodesk in announcing a new study. It said that you would be more efficient if you just would spend more money with them....


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-15 18:24:02
AutoCAD's first 3D parametric modeller As I researched for an article that will appear in the January 12, 2015 issue of upFront.eZine, I was racking my brain about an Autodesk MCAD product called "Designer." I knew it existed briefly, but...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-15 18:24:02
AutoCAD's first 3D parametric modeller As I researched for an article that will appear in the January 12, 2015 issue of upFront.eZine, I was racking my brain about an Autodesk MCAD product called "Designer." I knew it existed briefly, but...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-14 21:06:00
September 9, 2009 Hard to believe that it's been five years since I visited Russia. Here's a photo I snapped of riders on the Moscow subway.


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-08 19:56:34
Issue #840 Some subscribers noted that I haven't kept up with an annual feature in which I wrote about the books I've read. Here we return with this year's list. "The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom" by...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-01 20:48:36
Issue #839 In this week's issue of upFront.eZine newsletter, : It's Time to Declare browserCAD in a Deep Funk [This article is expanded from one first posted Nov 20 on WorldCAD Access.] Oh, and readers keep responding to our article...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-01 20:48:36
Issue #839 In this week's issue of upFront.eZine newsletter, : It's Time to Declare browserCAD in a Deep Funk [This article is expanded from one first posted Nov 20 on WorldCAD Access.] Oh, and readers keep responding to our article...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-12-01 20:48:36
Issue #839 In this week's issue of upFront.eZine newsletter, : It's Time to Declare browserCAD in a Deep Funk [This article is expanded from one first posted Nov 20 on WorldCAD Access.] Oh, and readers keep responding to our article...


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WorldCAD Access 2014-11-30 21:53:00
from Kitimat BC Canada My dad sent along photos taken by friends living in the northern seaport town of Kitimat, where I recall growing up with (as much as) 40 feet of snowfall in winter. What Buffalo residents residents experienced...


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