photos by Ralph Grabowski
ralphg @ xyzpress.com
In March, 1999 I attended the PC-IT'99 computer exhibition as the guest of MultiCADD magazine.
Cambridge, MA USA:
Updated: The CAD social event of the month was the Revit launch, which took place April 5, 2000.
New York City, NY USA:
Autodesk goes all-out to impress the CAD press on May 2, 2000.
Washington, DC USA:
"Can we dot.com you today?" at the A/E/C Systrems show, held June 6-8, 2000.
Boulder, CO USA:
Updated: Why Spatial decided to "sell its grandmother"; Oct 4-7, 2000.
Anaheim, CA USA:
Computers for Construction; Nov 4-7, 2000.
Customers and the CAD media gather, Dec 1-3, 2000.
San Francisco, California:
Updated: We vist two dot.com survivors in San Francisco and two friends in the Bay Area, Apr 2001.
The Congress on the Future of Enginieering Software, May 2002.
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Bentley International User Conference is A-okay, and was held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, May 2002.
The annual A/E/C Systems shows was in Anaheim CA, and smaller than ever. June 2002.
Autodesk flies in the media to show off its new Inventor 6 and Streamline 4 software. August 15, 2002.
SolidWorks flies to Boston CAD journalists and analysts to show off the next release of its namesake software. September 18, 2002.
Las Vegas, Nevada
Journalists flies to Las Vegas after an extended absense of 15 years to find it's still "sin city." December 5, 2002.
The Bentley International User Conference was held in May in Baltimore Maryland.
EduCAD of New Zealand invites me to speak at seminars in Christchurch, Wellington, and Auckland, August, 2003.
The Congress on the Future of Enginieering Software, April 2004.
Contact writer Ralph Grabowski at ralphg @ xyzpress.com
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