As 2013 has ended, it's time for all of those lists of items from the year. In this spirit, here are my favorite It's Alive in the Lab blog posts from 2013. Although posts about the new, updated, retired, and graduated technology previews are the most popular, I prefer the unusual ones:
- Code from the #Autodesk CEO
- Autodesk Labs Community: Thanks for Another Great Quarter
- Autodesk Gallery Powers of Design Exhibit: 1026 Outer Limit of the Universe
- TED: Michael Green: Why we should build wooden skyscrapers
- Book Review: Shutting Up by Eric Wagner
- The Infinite Resource: the case for GMO instead of organic farming
- Autodesk Labs and Autodesk Beta: Two Processes for Two Different Purposes
- Book Review: high-tech, high-touch customer service by Micah Solomon
- Autodesk Employees Among Multiple Buildings in San Francisco
- AU 2013: The Year of Overt Employee Engagement
If you wish to peruse these (plus a few more), you can use this link. Thank you to my It's Alive in the Lab readers who indulge my somewhat offbeat posts.
Personal bias is alive in the lab.