Ran into this piece on The Week.
He buys it for 400 quid. It’s interesting to see how different designers approach the same problems. I had the opportunity to see how one company evolved the designs, but not as much exposure to competitive machines as I wanted.
I’ve been looking at computer graphics and engineering CAD systems for most of my life. I’ve been a more or less continuous user of CAD systems for over thirty years now and I thought I knew most of how it came about. There have been things I never really understood about how the way things worked in CAD as opposed to how a designer or drafter thinks, but I didn’t think to look into that very deeply.
In the early years of the 20th Century the Horse drawn wagon for freight delivery was essentially replaced by the truck. Not by motor trucks, but by the electric truck.
I have to wonder what it was like for the Luftwaffe, day after day, facing the coming storm.
Larry Corriea has had a run of rather derpy trolls come onto his threads recently and make fools of themselves over firearms, terrorists and other related issues, basically raising Larry’s blood pressure and wasting time that Larry could be using more productively.
“In the future, we’ll all live in “Live Cubes,” tiny homes that restrict your energy and water use.”