News from ArchiCAD University winter School 2004
We are on top of a mountain in perfect skiing conditions - over a metre of snow cover, and light fresh falls at nighttime. The first day, Sunday, provided ideal skiing conditions in the morning with sunshine and wonderful distant views. Some cloud moving in the afternoon reduced visibility on the higher slopes later in the day. Even when you can't "see" what you are skiing on, the surface is so good that you can turn and manoevre confidently.
There are 38 of us up here and the hotel is full. People from Britain, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Germany and of course Austria.
The first evening was a catchup session on the secrets of ArchiCAD 8.1 (some dialog boxes I didnt know about) with Simon Gilbert, the UK technical support with GS.Then we had Lazlo Neda from Budapest who is "Mister Wishlist" at Castle Graphisoft, and we had a most interesting discussion till after 11pm on things that we wished for ArchiCAD and Plotmaker - some far thinking ideas with such an intense audience.