Cats Diversity in the Workplace

My last blog post discussed increased diversity in the workplace by means of expanded influences and alternate educational backgrounds. I was expecting to receive hoards of comments arguing for actual diversity: like race, sex, sexual preferences, or just other salacious statements arguing for increased sex in the workplace. Crickets… None of the tens of followers … continue reading →

Pritzker Prize University

With the recent passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a proliferation of debates has ensued; however, recent revelations regarding Scalia’s views on diversity have gotten lost within Ted Cruz’s impractical filibustering. Most people viewed Scalia as a radical right-wing conservative. A Cliven Bundy character, caught in a standoff in opposition to governmental intervention. However, … continue reading →

Autodesk Revit: The Drawbacks of Passionless Panache in a Designer’s World

Autodesk is reminiscent of 1980’s Microsoft1 – software used by the masses, yet devoid of inspiration towards designers. However, unlike Microsoft’s ambitions to put “a computer in every home”, Autodesk’s aspirations are to put an annual subscription in every architectural office. Apple is credited for creating the first graphical interface for usability. Previously, to interact … continue reading →