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February 26, 2009


Richard Johnson, AIA LEED AP

What can I say, don't stop what your doing. You have a great knack for creating an interesting and relevant site for keeping up to date on Revit events or topics. You have earned a place in my favorites tab and I truly enjoy checking out your site every few days.

Jared Huffman

I voted for just right, but I wouldn't cry if some were longer. In my opinion, more information is always better. Thanks for blogging!


I'm not much of a regular reader but this isn't a personal journal or commentary on American Idol - it's a topic specific site where the articles need to be as long as they need to be.

So long as the lengthy articles start out with a summary paragraph (so we can determine if it's relevant to our situation) then write away. People come to sites like your usually because the official help is too brief and/or unclear.

Ngoc Nguyen

I come to visit your blog every week just to update with whats going on in the BIM/Revit world. Very useful bog. Thanks so much.
Ngoc Nguyen from SOM/NY

Jakub Goralski

Really good blog! I think the length of the post is mainly determined by the topic you cover, so you shouldn't worry about that. On the other hand one can always stop reading which shorten the length automatically ;-) Keep writing!

Harlan Brumm

Hey Everyone,

Thank you so much for the great feedback. Its great to know that I am on the right track. Let me know if there are topics you would like me to talk about.

Thanks again!

Basam Yousif

Harlan, keep doing what have been doing, and don't worry about length of an article. Your blog is highly popular for its content, and we appreciate that. If someone does not, they can go elsewhere. Thank you for your blog !

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