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The Death of Drawing: Architecture in the Age of Simulation by David Scheer. Published by Routledge, June 2014.
This is a significant book at the time of widespread uncertainty and confusion in architectural theory, education and practice - Juhani Pallasmaa, architect and author of The Eyes of the Skin
In this timely and important study, David Scheer offers a lucid analysis of a dramatic, unprecedented, epistemological shift in architecture and its production - Michael Sorkin, architecture critic, Distinguished Professor of Architecture and Director of the Graduate Program in Urban Design, City College of New York
David Scheer offers a clear and unvarnished assessment of what architects have to lose and gain as we move from representative to simulated experiences, from controlling to collaborative practices, and from Euclidean to parametric/algorithmic form-making - Thomas Fisher, author of Designing to Avoid Disaster, professor of architecture and the Dean of the College of Design, University of Minnesota.
More information at: deathofdrawing.com
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Hosts Jason Lofton and Steve Kucharski share the secrets of growing your small business into a dynamic force within your industry. Find out how your business can be the “go-to” business in your professional dealings.
On this show, Jason and Steve talk with Ajamu Webster with Dubois Consultants, Inc. DCI provides specialized services in site development, water supply distribution, urban hydrology, storm management control and structural design.
Software Lawyer discusses the Business Software Alliance and BSA Audits.
Attorney Steve the business and real estate lawyer tackles this important information technology & software law issue. These types of issues can have a very serious impact on your business. What is a Business Software Alliance software audit? Listen in as Attorney Steve discusses this concept on his eBusiness legal show. If you have a business (whether a technology or other company that uses software in the running of the business - this includes a lot of real estate companies I know) you need to be very careful to make sure all the software is properly paid for, licensed, and that you have proof of purchase from authorized resellers and that the software is properly licensed to your specific business. The liability that can result from copyright infringment or copyright piracy is huge.
Engineering for Kids comes from the mind of educator Dori Roberts. With an extensive educational background in math and technology education, Roberts taught engineering at the high school level for 11 years. During her teaching career, she saw a dire need for math, science and engineering programs. To fill this void, she started an afterschool club that participated in various engineering and science-based competitions. After membership hit 180 students and the group won multiple state champio
Hemant Elhence, Founder & CEO of Synerzip, will discuss tips and best practices for effectively leveraging offshore/India based software development for fast growing technology companies.
While there is a compelling economic argument to be made for for leveraging offshore/India based software talent, there is significant friction and risk involved. In this discussion, we will share key best practices to reduce or eliminate those friction and risk elements.
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Tonight, John Massaro of Customized Business Software / BillMaster will talk about Business Communication Methods.
Some of the topics John will talk about include:
What Software to use in running a small business
Mobile applications for lawn care / service industry
Use of tablets and smart phones in the field
Tonight on Rickey Radio I'll complete the Power Rankings from last night. This will also include no.13 Norfolk that I didn't give any time to. The Knucklehead award goes to the worst team in the league. This is not by record only and is chosen by me. The Dirty Dozen are the Top Twelve teams in the Rickey World.
Rickey World is a League in the Hardball Dynasty Baseball Simulation Game on whatifsports.com. If you love fantasy baseball but are a real fan of stats and baseball/sports history. then join us on arguably the best Sports Simulation site out there.
Simulation Games include Real Player simulations from the past in the 4 major American Sports. Dynasty Games have completely fabricated fake ballplayers. The numbers are based on real life Ball Players in Simulation and Dynasty Games.
For what it's worth, whatifsports is a hotbed of Sports Fans & Players alike. You never know who you may run into. Most keep a low profile, but you've got to have something to do on all those roadtrips.
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Profiling: Wave, Free Accounting Software. There are 3 elements to making a Small Business successful: Money, Management and Marketing. Of the 3, Accounting is the most challenge for Small Business Owners/Entreprenuers is the least popular and the most diffcult. Don't miss my conversation with returning guest Stefanie Krutilek Of The Krutilek Group and Scott Zandbergen, Vice President of Product Management Of Wave.com." "We're here to set you free: Wave m
MarsWithoutbirders and Mars-X project team member,, Vanesa Gomez-Gonzalez, is a Software Engineer born in Spain with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science by the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, a Master degree in Space Studies by the International Space University (France) and eight years of professional software development in Java technology in Spain, United Kingdom and United States. She has worked for NASA and the European Space Agency and currently a Software Engineer intern at NASA Ames Research Cneter in San Francisco.
Her skills and personal interests lies in the space sector, specifically in robotics and/or 3D modelling and simulation from the Computer Science perspective. Her area of expertise is in Java Technology, ie, design, maintenance, developing, management but in the last years she has focused on Verification and Validation.
She was part of team "Mars-X" and speaker in many space conferences, such as, Humans2mars and the robotic section of JPL in Pasadena, California
Fire Engineering and Crossfit 4 Fire are partnering to bring the American Fire Service a viable and proven fitness and conditioning program which includes a strong emphasis on mobility, rehabilitation, functional fitness and endurance training for the occupational athlete dedicated to the fire service.