This week Autodesk released Autodesk Civil 3D Updates for Civil 3D 2022.3, Civil 3D 2021.3, and Civil 3D 2020.6. These incremental Updates bring these older Civil 3D releases into synch with some Security issues and the Toolbox Volume Report failures that happen if we uninstall Internet Explorer on workstations…Read more
Autodesk released an AutoCAD 2023.1 Update late last week. Heigh ho. That usually means that out here in the wilds of Civil 3D Land we should also see an Autodesk Civil 3D 2023.1 Update real soon now. Perhaps you already noticed that some of this recent AutoCAD 2023.1 Update is a bit more targeted at Civil 3D issues than in times…Read more
When I was a child, I earned candy money from my father in a unique way. Candy talk somehow seems appropriate in this pre-election and Halloween Week where the eye candy and repetitive brand pitches are inescapable. “Watch the shiny object” is an ever-present political rant. These days we could all live well if we were simply paid a prorated rate to endure the current steady state…Read more
Human endeavor is truly amazing. Competitors in the Olympics work a lifetime to get the chance to get it “right” and be the best one time. All are blessed to have the opportunity to compete. Most fail. While this hurts (and it often hurts a lot), this isn’t a bad thing. Some say, “It’s the process.” I find this banter a bit dehumanizing. Process IS important, but that approach to the ideas involved…Read more
The 2012 Olympics in London are a hit. More people watching more events all the time. Me included. Put down the remote. Go to bed. Put down...
It’s really amazing there’s so much “friendly” competition going on.
The US Womens (aren't they really girls?) Gymnastics team took the Gold team metal from the Russians team. The US girls were rightly both happy and proud. The Russian girls…Read more