Archive for the 'Environmental Technology' Category

Tools of the Trade: Vectorworks Landmark

Due to being suddenly inundated with design and construction projects I have not been able to post nearly as much as I would like. One thing I would like to share at the moment is an opportunity I recently had to review some materials from Nemetschek’s Vectorworks program. I started using Vectorworks at the beginning [...]

October 29th, 2009
Topic: Environmental Technology, Tools of the Trade Tags: None

Casualties of “Big Business”

As a quick warning, this post will be a bit more of a rant than my usual semi-informative essays and reports, but I think it touches upon a few of the key elements barring the way of social progression and forward thinking. First of all, I am NOT against ALL big businesses nor do I [...]

September 14th, 2009
Topic: Sustainability: Social Aspect, VEG Projects Tags: None

As Promised: The Village West Project

I apologize once again for not having more regular posts on the-veg as of late, but many good things have been happening! As I mentioned in “The Beginning of an Adventure”, I am in the early stages of my largest self-sufficiency and sustainability project. As part of walking the walk, this is an integral part [...]

August 17th, 2009
Topic: Self-Sufficiency, VEG Experiments, Walking the Walk Tags: None