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Autodesk | AutoCAD WS – Blog Guest blogger and CAD expert Shaun Bryant offers up today’s post on the Internet’s funniest CAD memes (yep, they exist). Enjoy! So, what exactly is a “meme”? According to Wikipedia, it’s this: A meme (/ˈmiːm/ meem) is “an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture.” That high-brow description has evolved with the advent of social media. The CAD world has a similar quirky sense of humor, so CAD memes are often seen out there in the world of social media, like the six CAD memes below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Conclusion Sometimes profound and deep, sometimes shallow but amusing, memes are here to stay. They’re now part of popular culture, especially online. Shaun Bryant provides Autodesk product consultancy and training as the director of CADFMconsultants Limited and serves as a director on the board of Autodesk User Group International (AUGI).
Shop drawing A shop drawing showing different perspective views of a post and beam building. Steel reinforcement for a foundation wall opening. This shop drawing will require the builder and mechanical engineer to specify the opening size for an air-intake and exhaust louvers to be placed in the concrete openings. Installation information for electrical connections for chiller unit with surface mounted starter. Installation information will need to be reviewed with electrical and plumbing trades to coordinate third-party service connections. Information required to be included in Shop Drawings Comparison information for the architect and engineer The shop drawings should include information for the architect and engineer to compare to the specifications and drawings. Notes of changes or alterations from the construction documents Notes concerning changes or differences from the original documents should be made on the shop drawing for the architect’s and engineer’s approval.
САПСАН: скоростной поезд Москва - Санкт-Петербург и Нижний Новгород Configuración de Squid: Opciones básicas. Creative Commons Reconocimiento-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 2.1 © 1999-2014 Joel Barrios Dueñas. Usted es libre de copiar, distribuir y comunicar públicamente la obra y hacer obras derivadas bajo las condiciones siguientes: a) Debe reconocer y citar al autor original. b) No puede utilizar esta obra para fines comerciales (incluyendo su publicación, a través de cualquier medio, por entidades con fines de lucro). c) Si altera o transforma esta obra o genera una obra derivada, sólo puede distribuir la obra generada bajo una licencia idéntica a ésta. Introducción. ¿Qué es Servidor Intermediario (Proxy)? El término en ingles «Proxy» tiene un significado muy general y al mismo tiempo ambiguo, aunque invariablemente se considera un sinónimo del concepto de «Intermediario». Un Servidor Intermediario se define como una computadora o dispositivo que ofrece un servicio de red que consiste en permitir a los clientes realizar conexiones de red indirectas hacia otros servicios de red. Acerca de Squid.
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Submittals (construction) A wall mock-up. This detail compares the original design (left) and the submitted alternate detail for the skywalks at the Hyatt Regency, Kansas City. The proposed alternate compounded the loads on the bolts, which resulted in the skywalks collapsing on July 17, 1981. 114 people were killed. Submittals in Construction Management are shop drawings, material data, samples, and product data. This process also gives the architect and sub-consultants the opportunity to select colors, patterns, and types of material that were not chosen prior to completion of the construction drawings. For materials requiring fabrication, such as reinforcing steel and structural steel, the architect and engineer need to verify details furnished by the fabricator as well as the required quantities are met. The contractor also uses this information in installation, using dimensions and installation data from the submittal. The submittal process affects cost, quality, schedule, and project success.
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Request for information A request for information (RFI) is a standard business process whose purpose is to collect written information about the capabilities of various suppliers. Normally it follows a format that can be used for comparative purposes. An RFI is primarily used to gather information to help make a decision on what steps to take next. RFIs are therefore seldom the final stage and are instead often used in combination with the following: request for proposal (RFP), request for tender (RFT), and request for quotation (RFQ). In addition to gathering basic information, an RFI is often used as a solicitation sent to a broad base of potential suppliers for the purpose of conditioning suppliers' minds, developing strategy, building a database, and preparing for an RFP, RFT, or RFQ. See also References Jump up ^ How Request for Information should be used in business | Negotiation Experts Extended Components
US and Mexico agree to spectrum sharing deal along joint border The FCC has announced that US and Mexican telecommunications officials have come to an agreement for sharing the wireless spectrum along the border between the two countries. Two protocols were signed, which deal with the 800MHz and 1.9GHz spectrum bands along the border, and according to FCC chairman Julius Genachowski the deals will enable "the rollout of advanced wireless broadband service and advanced systems for critical public safety and emergency response communications" that will benefit customers on either side. The deal includes a set of technical parameters for operating within 68 miles of the border, and will also allow Sprint to deploy CDMA service in the area.
AutoCAD 2012 For Dummies Cheat Sheet Cheat Sheet AutoCAD has grown more complex over the years, in part to keep up with the increasing complexity of the design and drafting processes that AutoCAD 2012 is intended to serve. It’s not enough just to draw nice-looking lines anymore. AutoCAD 2012 Drawing Setup Roadmap Drawing setup in AutoCAD 2012 can seem a little complicated before you get used to it. AutoCAD 2012’s Top Keyboard Shortcuts Over AutoCAD’s 25-year existence, the one input method that’s remained constant is typing into the command line. AutoCAD 2012's Drawing Scale and Limits Chart: Feet and Inches It's not a bad idea to set limits for your AutoCAD 2012 drawing. AutoCAD 2012’s Drawing Scale and Limits Charts: Millimeters It’s not a bad idea to set limits for your AutoCAD drawing.
Collaborative software Collaborative software or groupware is an application software designed to help people involved in a common task to achieve goals. One of the earliest definitions of collaborative software is 'intentional group processes plus software to support them.' The design information technology, seems to have several definitions. Understanding the differences in human interactions is necessary to ensure that appropriate technologies are employed to meet interaction needs. Collaborative software is a broad concept that overlaps considerably with Computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). The use of collaborative software in the work space creates a collaborative working environment (CWE). Origins Online collaborative gaming software began between early networked computer users. Parallel to development of MUDs were applications for online chat, video sharing and voice over IP. Philosophical underpinnings Technology has long been used to bring people together. Groupware Wikis