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REVIT ARCHITECTURE 2012: PART 2

This software review takes a detailed look at Revit Architecture 2012, released in March 2011, to see how much progress it has made since the last two releases. The two-part review concludes here with an exploration of improvements to worksharing, visualization and rendering tools, and other tools and changes, along with an overall analysis of the 2012 release. —Editor

Collaboration Improvements: Worksharing and Vault Integration — Published 2011.0831

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WIKI DESIGN STUDIO - PART TWO

In the first episode of Design Studio Wiki, we went step by step through creating a functional design studio home page in the Archiplanet wiki.

In this article, we'll step through how to build from the design studio home page itself to a full set of design studio course and projects support pages. — Published 2008.1022

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WIKI DESIGN STUDIO - PART ONE

While the most common type of page in the Archiplanet all-buildings wiki presents an individual building, the huge flexibility of the wiki structure provides for support for almost any kind of documentation — especially if it involves groupwork — and this particularly includes the architecture school design studio.

Simple Concept — Published 2008.1001

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WIKI CASE STUDY - PART TWO

In Part One of this architectural wiki tutorial, we created the core of a building case study in the Archiplanet wiki, with summary building information and uploaded photos we took ourselves.

Here in Part Two, we will enhance that study with an external link, add a live building location map, and select and collect appropriate images from a photo-sharing site, and see how to add those to the building case study, too. — Published 2007.1205

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WIKI CASE STUDY - PART ONE

We've been talking recently about the "wiki" phenomenon of community-created web sites - and what they might mean to architecture - both in terms of wikis in general, and in the context of the ArchitectureWeek web family. — Published 2007.1107

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WIKI LIBERATION

The "wiki" form of collaborative web site, emerging dramatically with the great Wikipedia as its lead example, has to be my favorite cultural technology development of recent years.

Wikipedia is more just an amazing collectively-created web site. It also the headliner for a huge new phenomenon in collective creativity. More than 9000 wikis hve been launched using MediaWiki, the same free, open-source software that runs Wikipedia (and that's just one of the options for wiki software). — Published 2007.1017

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ARCHWEEK'S WEB

Traffic measurement on the World Wide Web is far from an exact science, and much of the potential data remains behind proprietary walls. But with two million monthly visitors, the family of design and building web sites led by ArchitectureWeek is arguably one of or the biggest online. We'd like to share with you some of our thoughts on how it's put together and how your participation is supported, invited, and intrinsic. — Published 2007.0815

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