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Oct 03

Do you have issues with Powerpoint presentations that are too big, pictures that disappear, presentations that take forever to copy to your flashdrive, red “X”‘s instead of images?  Your pictures are too large. Even if you are loading a jpg, it could be many megabytes in size. Powerpoint has an easy fix for this. Under […]

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Nov 29

From time to time, I will post an blog entry by one of my staff, about a favorite building.  Today’s entry is by Lucinda Philumalee, current MRED candidate and Historic Preservation degree holder. Eisenhower Executive Office Building: Eyesore or Icon? Located just west of the White House is a Federal building built in the Second […]

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Nov 23

It is important to photograph your models soon after you complete them.  Drawings generated digitally can always be saved – in multiple places – but models have a way of getting dusty, losing parts, or molding in your parents’ basement. Therefore you should photograph models pretty much immediately after finishing them.  Whites will be whiter, […]

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Oct 26

For Architects, Planners, Historic Preservationists, and Real Estate Developers, the Prezi format for presentations offers a flexible canvas for building your case, or explaining a topic, or presenting a thesis. It is not easier than Powerpoint, but rather, different. An image can become the framework for the entire presentation. Start at Prezi.com and register for […]

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