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Apr 07, 2009


Norm C.

"This challenges us to do cross-platform products that don't alienate users"
So the message is that they only alienate users that work on one platform (i.e. Windows)?

Sorry, couldn't help it.


Good to see you in Portland, Ralph! The developers were pretty protective of Project Bauhaus. After the demo, I asked if I could try drawing a few sketches with it. They looked like I'd just ask them to show me their personal diaries, so I didn't push it. I think this program has much broader appeal than just industrial design and architecture. If the price is affordable, it could even appeal to general consumers.

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