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Shades of Grey
blog is just over a year old. Took a while to build up momentum ...
but over the past 3 or 4 months it has blossomed. Take a look at the graph.
It only dips at the end because January is but 4 days old - actually climbing steeply
The initial spike came when I was mentioned by a leading Revit Blogger
(David Light from HOK in London)
& since then I've been mentioned in
all kinds of strange places, from listings like CAD digest to Russian search engines.
More than half my page-views come from the USA,
but I am getting
regular hits from all over the world
Sweden, Australia, Turkey, Spain, Viet Nam,
works for Autodesk and runs a blog called
His special area is early concept design & free-form, panellised surfaces
Every Halloween he runs a
Parametric Pumpkin Carving
I was thrilled to run away with top honours this year for my research into
Doric Columns that morph into pumpkins ...
Just after christmas I received a special plug from Steve Stafford
Steve is a legend in the Revit world, so I was thrilled to be included in his
"must follow" list
I haven't yet mastered the art of twitter, but others are doing it for me
Yesterday I discovered that Zach is busy tweeting me to the world ...
By becoming a member, you get alerts for new posts
Currently I am getting new members on a daily basis
The comments feature is also quite useful, sometimes just compliments
sometimes interesting suggestions or requests
It's been a fascinating journey so far, I'm getting a big kick out of it
for the Revit guys here at GAJ
Many of them are also now
following other blogs
in my Links list
As a marketing tool for GAJ ? ... difficult to say ... certainly helping to boost our BIM credentials
My intention is to create more posts that explore
how buildings are built
Forge a link to the work we began with the site visit (s)
I have also realised that there is great variation in knowledge of History of Architecture here at GAJ
I would like to foster a passionate interest in buildings of all ages and cultures
... and an eagerness to learn more about how they work and why
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