Today I'm back in the office for the first time since I left for Turkey on June 28th, it seems like forever. Aside from the mountain of e-mails that have massed for attack on my inbox in my absence, I was able to shut off the otherwise non-stop Autodesk machine and vacation for a while, which really was a great thing for me.
Enough about me though...I know some of you enjoyed my quick updates, but others are mainly interested in information on Revit, Sustainability, and the other technical subjects I usually cover on Inside the System.
Which brings me to the radio silence on the blog over the past few weeks before I went on vacation. I had alluded to discussing that, and today that's my main objective.
I am guilty of setting the bar too high, simple as that. With the large effort I have put into posts lately on new features, I found myself with less and less time to spend on such efforts. I was, however, still spending a great deal of time on the forums helping you all out, but Inside the System was not getting the love it deserved. Rather than just post smaller items or link to good discussion forums, I was holding out for that mystical period where I had 1.5 hours to put together a video and post on subjects. That's not a good way to manage readership and information dissemination.
So, here's how I'm going to do things moving forward.
- In some cases I will post about content created by others, both in forums and on other blogs. These smaller posts will still point you all to great technical information you've come to expect from the blog.
- When I have the time I'm going to post original content on technical subjects in Revit, like always, this just might not come every week, as my schedule has been getting pretty hectic these days.
- Still take suggestions from all of you regarding future posts and technical content.
As always, your thoughts are always appreciated.