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Old 01-10-2007, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default SketchUpdate Newsletter, September Issue‏

Hey everybody -- A couple of days ago, I got an email from Karen W. at headquarters. She's in charge of all things blogging at Google, and she was writing to let all of us bloggers (and newsletterers) know about something called Blog Action Day. I know what you're picturing: thousands of squinting, untanned computer nerds marching through the streets, waving signs that read "MAKE BLOGS NOT WAR". Not exactly.

On October 15th, Blog Action Day, thousands of blogs will all post about the environment. The SketchUp team is pretty enviro-conscious (we even eat with cutlery made from potatoes -- no joke), so we thought we should definitely participate.

Here's the deal: We know some of you are using SketchUp to create some really compelling sustainable designs, and we want to see them. Not only that, but we want to feature them on our October 15th blog post. To submit, just send me an email with the following information:

your name and the name of your organization
the name of your project and one or two sentences describing what makes it green
a hyperlink to a website where readers can learn more about your work (optional)
a link to a model of your project in the Google 3D Warehouse
from one to three JPG image views of your SketchUp model
We'll choose five submissions to feature on Blog Action Day. Those five will also appear in next month's SketchUpdate. Our judging criteria are simple: we're looking for intelligent and sustainable designs, enabled by the beautiful use of SketchUp.

Good luck, and happy sketching,

Aidan
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Getting to know Google Apps

When chatting with Aidan recently, I mentioned that I thought that a lot of SketchUp users, particularly those who use SketchUp professionally, could benefit from Google Apps. He suggested that I post something here to explain Google Apps and how to find out more about it. So here goes:

One of the projects I've been working on lately is managing our growing list of contented Google Apps users. Ever since we launched what was formerly called Google Apps for Your Domain, businesses and other organizations have signed up in droves to take advantage of these communication and collaboration tools. Keep reading...

Putting a frame around your model

I was fiddling around with a SketchUp model the other day, and the need arose to give it a graphic frame. I wanted to be able to apply a colored border, a logo, a title and some instructions that would be visible to people who view my model in SketchUp. It turned out that the easiest way to do this was with Watermarks, a new feature we introduced in SketchUp 6. Here's one of the models I created with my newfound technique.

A little background: Watermarks are basically graphic layers that you can apply to your model view. They can be underlays, meaning they appear behind your model, or overlays, meaning they show up in front. Keep reading...

Go BIG or go home

I was hanging out on the SketchUcation Community Forums when I came across a post from a SketchUp user named Andrija Posarić from Zagreb, Croatia. He used it on a pretty amazing project, so I thought I'd pass it along to you too. In Andrija's own words (his English is terrific, despite what he thinks): "A couple of weeks ago I got a pretty interesting challenge in my firm. An historic building in the strict center of Zagreb was renovating, and when they put (that big thing around the building, to prevent bricks falling on the pedestrians;-) (excuse my bad English;-) around the building, it becomes most expensive place for putting the commercial." Keep reading...
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3D time warp in West Virginia

A few months ago while I was in San Diego for the ESRI International User Conference, I had the chance to sit down and talk with some very passionate GIS folks from the Laboratory for Geographic Information Science at West Virginia University. For the past few months, this team has been working on a project to re-create the city of Morgantown in a 3D GIS - not as it is today, but as it was at the turn of the 20th century. They've used both SketchUp and ArcGIS, and have just finished modeling the city and pushing it into ArcScene (which is part of ArcGIS 3D Analyst). Keep reading...
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Green looks good on us

Green is a popular color these days, and for good reason: Designers, builders and homeowners around the world are working to create and maintain sustainable buildings. One area of the U.S. where green design has really taken a strong foothold is San Francisco, and one of the best examples is Michelle Kaufmann Designs. I met Michelle and her team about a year ago, through an effort to highlight green design on our 3D Warehouse. Since then the folks at MKD have done some pretty amazing things with SketchUp. Check out this Dwell video where Michelle describes her work and how her firm uses SketchUp and Google Earth on their projects. Keep reading...



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