There's another issue of Innovation Edge, the Autodesk Labs newsletter, available for your perusal. This brief publication highlights technologies and utilities available on Autodesk Labs. Something people don't always know is that technology previews are free. All we ask is that you try them and give us feedback on your experience. This applies to subscription customers, non-subscription customers, and students.
I know your time is valuable. The newsletter features only 3 of the many technology previews on Labs. In addition, I try to have as few words as possible in the newsletter, but still convey what the technology previews are. The newsletter is not a novel. Our aim is not SPAM anyone to death. Recipients only receive 6 email messages in a calendar year — one every other month — kind of like a wine club. Actually this latest issue should have gone out in December, but with AU and the holidays, I did not get to it until this month.
I am in the process of transitioning Autodesk Labs from its current site to the Autodesk Feedback Community. I am doing this to have more consistency for users who explore technology previews and participate in Beta programs. Though technology previews and beta programs will be housed on a common site, technology previews remain open to the public (i.e., being invited and accepted is not required) and can be discussed publicly (i.e., not done under a non-disclosure agreement). I am only moving the Labs site since there is so much in common between technology previews and betas (e.g., rely on customer feedback).
I mention the Labs site migration because the old Labs site had a separate process for signing up for the newsletter. I will see what I can use as a suitable replacement. Until that time, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to receive the newsletter. The process for un-subscribing remains the same as it ever was. Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was. There is an unsubscribe link at the bottom of each newsletter. One click, and you will be dead to me. :-)
Electronic delivery is alive in the lab.