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Anthony Frausto-Robledo is a featured guest on TRXL Podcast — Anthony and Evan Troxel discuss recent features on Architosh on the Revit Open Letter and Autodesk Forma.
Xpresso returns this month after a one-month gap due to unforeseen circumstances—free newsletter is read by executives in over 75 percent of the AEC/O industries’ top software companies.
Steve Holzer wins M1 Mac mini as part of M1 25 Beta Group for Architosh — he shares some of his enthusiasm for Architosh and the new machine.
Architosh M1 25 Beta Group — winner of free M1 Mac mini to be selected and announced this week — all earned free INSIDER Membership.
The M1 25 Beta Group for Architosh — help define and learn about Architosh’s future features and earn a chance to win a free M1 Mac mini!
The next issue of architosh INSIDER Reports will come in February and will pack a punch on Algorithms-aided Design (AAD) content for AEC users.
Architosh turns 20 years-old this month but we don’t have much time to look back. With a slightly different mission statement Architosh is looking forward with new publishing products like the Xpresso newsletter and new areas of focus.
Limelight: Architosh gets it healthy share of it this week being featured in two other key publications—the longstanding The MacObserver in a podcast episode and the new State of Digital Publishing.
These are the stories from 2017 that most caught our reader’s attention.
Architosh’s commenting system is currently but only temporarily down. New commenting will arrive with new whole site updates greatly improving the user-experience across all devices.
Architosh will be covering the big SIGGRAPH 2015 conference and exhibition in Los Angeles which started this weekend with the exhibition starting in a couple of days.
Longstanding site development goals have been put into place to make the site more visually pleasing, more graphically focused and easier for readers to find topics they care about.
We briefly discuss the ongoing Architosh Reader Feedback Survey and what some folks are sharing…and hope you can help us by taking it as well. Plus, you gain a chance to win a free Apple Watch Sport!
Architosh is asking its readers to help provide useful feedback to steer the future direction of the online publication. Participants will be entered into a random draw to win a free Apple Watch Sport model, valued at $350.USD, plus gain a free industry report valued at $49.USD. Help us make Architosh better so that more Apple users enjoy its platforms in the CAD, 3D and AEC markets.
In this special feature report, Architosh publishes the results of its first workstation survey conducted in late 2014 and aimed at understanding the pro (professional) desktop needs of numerous customers Apple refers to as Mac pros. Not to be confused with the product Mac Pro, today Apple’s Mac pros work across its iMac range in numerous industries, including and importantly to this publication, the Architecture industry.
Architosh will publish its first survey study on Mac workstation hardware use by pro users in January of 2015. The survey will answer key questions, summarize diverse workflow cases and provide detailed guidance to pro Mac users.
Mac CAD and 3D News — We have news tidbits on V-Ray for SketchUp, An IMSI-Design product line summary, AIA TAP Awards program for 2015 and lastly a preview of Architosh features coming this end of year.
In our first hardware study to look at the professional markets that Apple has traditionally served, Architosh has launched a survey in order to comprehensively study the market for professional desktop/workstation hardware needs across a range of “pro” industries.
Achievements in 14 years of industry technology writing and publishing earn honor from Boston architecture school at ABX 2013
New GPU card for Mac Pros appears at CeBit and AMD Confirms with Architosh
Architosh to be covering AIA National Convention
Site Notice – Notification of technical issues with Architosh website
Grabowski is writing more and more about the Mac these days. But what does it mean? Is CAD on the Mac coming back stronger than ever or is it just a passing fad?
Today is a big day for CAD on the Mac and Apple and Autodesk. Will this lead to Apple’s further involvement in architecture? The answer to that is probably still unclear.
Architosh ships the 2010 BIM Survey Participants Report.
Architosh has announced its 2010 BIM Survey Reports. This article details the table of contents of all three versions of the reports.
Architosh has published its first indepth industry report on BIM, based on the survey of 410 qualified architects and firms
Architosh will be releasing a new ToshLetter on March 3, 2010. The popular newsletter is focused on executive-class discussion about pertinent issues in the Mac CAD and 3D industries and each issue generally resolves around a major topic. This upcoming issue centers on BIM and architecture.
Tidbits today include news on SketchUp, solidThinking training and events and some notes about our Architosh Forums.
Architosh will begin releasing BIM reports on survey data of over 410 qualified architectural practices in the US and abroad — BIM report will cover areas of discussion related to BIM not widely covered in other industry reports, in addition to stats on BIM adoption, BIM tool usage and sentiment and key reasons for the adoption of BIM.
Architosh takes further steps with social media integration with online magazine and creates official Facebook Fan Page for Architosh. This page joins Architosh’s earlier step this year with the creation of the official Architosh Twitter page.
Architosh gets minor User Interface updates and new functionalities. New View All Tags pages allow for alphabetical listing of all 780+ CMS tags and the ability to scan for content in that fashion, while a new Twitter micro-blogging zone adds new content to each page.
Architosh forms “architosh Readers Group” on social media professional site LinkedIn. New group aimed at developing networking resource for its constituents.
Britasmedia today announces a brand new version of its popular online magazine, Architosh — The new website publication is built on a modern Web 2.0 engine and will allow for the publication team to more robustly serve the over 150,000 annual readers in over 130 countries worldwide.
We have launched a new version of Architosh and are very excited about its capabilities. This article will serve as a guide to readers as we continue to make a substantial transition from our old content production system to our new CMS (content management system) software system for publishing. This guide will help you find content.
Architosh, conducting its first Architecture industry-wide BIM (Building Information Modeling) survey for 2008, clarifies the rationale behind some questions pertaining to Apple
Architosh’s report entitled, Architosh 2002 AEC CAD IT Survey Report, a publication of Britasmedia, discussed at length the use of low-power PowerPC chips for future Apple devices of unknown form