An Insider Look into AEC
Economists Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner (authors of Freakonomics) discard another popular theory in their latest book, ‘Think like a freak.’ I am sure that you’ve heard that Í love you’ are the three hardest words known to men and women. Now, the duo has collected empirical data to prove that Í don’t know’ are, in fact, the three most difficult words to utter.
What’s in the air we breathe? More than oxygen. It is loaded with radio signals.
And, now, we can see them! Thanks to Richard Vijgen, we have
3D is everywhere. From medicine to fashion to architecture, 3D is pushing boundaries and upsetting old limits and re-writing traditional methods of presentation.
Ever since Prometheus stole fire from the gods, man has set out on his ultimate ambition – the creation of life itself. Believe it or not, we have, for the first time, developed a way to print 3D
There is a difference between busy and productive people. You may have been running around all day, but if you have no results
Future with BIM
There is an old story about six blind men who wanted to know what an elephant was like. But, each man was only able to feel a certain part of the elephant. The blind man who touched its leg said the elephant was like a pillar; the one who grabbed the tail said the elephant was thin as a rope; another blind man touched the trunk and declared that the elephant was like a branch;
We are so excited to watch Autodesk’s design-led revolution unfold. Each word of their brilliantly worded manifesto
A team that dreams together succeeds together. Isn’t that the stuff CEO dreams are made of?
Well, collective ambition is possible. All you need to do is to get personal.
Most employees fail to be productive because they are clueless
To put it simply, a cup of tea is the smallest unit of choice. Decisions such as the amount of sugar, milk, and blend of leaf reflect an exercise in the power of choice. Case in point, Sheena Iyengar, author of the Art of Choosing, and a leading authority on choice theory, talks about her tea-time troubles during her stay in Japan. When Ms. Iyengar ordered a cup of green tea with sugar, it was followed by a polite refusal by the waiter with the