Kerri A replied to the topic Android Apps for design, business, and productivity in the forum GENERAL DISCUSSION 9 years, 7 months ago
It is on Android:
Kerri A replied to the topic Android Apps for design, business, and productivity in the forum GENERAL DISCUSSION 9 years, 8 months ago
I second Researsal Assistant. Has been really useful . . . also recording lectures, etc.
The Sustainable Sites Initiative: Metrics for a greener City” with Allegra Bukojemsky and April Philips
June 10, 2010 6:30 pm
AIA San Francisco, 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600
The Sustainable Sites Initiative SITES TM is the nation’s first rating system for the design, construction and maintenance of sustainable landscapes. This missing link in g…[Read more]
Y un lugar para mí mejorar mi español. Cool 😉
Kerri A replied to the topic reference for water depths in different water features? in the forum DETAILS & MATERIALS 10 years, 7 months ago
Thanks – will check it out!
Kerri A replied to the topic reference for water depths in different water features? in the forum DETAILS & MATERIALS 10 years, 8 months ago
For the low-flow creek though I should have clarified I was thinking of a situation in which an urban creek diverted underground is daylighted. I’ll check out the book. Seems to be a fuzzy line between what becomes a “pool” and what is a “natural” water feature that can be much deeper (such as a daylighted creek – is that “natural” or is that a d…[Read more]
Hang on to that thought. It’s not so straightforward and simple if you need to swap the software to a different computer. Have this in mind and install it where you think it will be parked the longest-ka
I’ve always bought a used one from a site such as Craigslist.com, eBay, etc. and gotten a great, often homemade table, for not much money. -ka
EXACTLY what I had in mind. Thanks much !!!
I think you’re referring to the HIGH BOTANIC BRIDGE in Gwangju, South Korea. Thank you !!!
Very nice concept. I hope it gets built. Thank you!
The place is probably:
564 Market Street Suite 211
SF, CA 94101
I don’t know if they are still in business or not but about a year or so ago they charged $7.50 for 24×36″ color scans and $4 for b&w in the same size. Around the same time BPS charged $25 for a color scan.
I would remind them of the “deal” they…[Read more]