Blogging in Practice

I’ve been getting my blogging fix over at Bryant Priest Newman Architects’ blog for a good while now and seems a bit of a shame not to pull some of that content over here. Yes, it probably is cheating so I’ll make it a brief summary instead.

My most recent post was based around the debate that I took part in at RIBA West Midlands. We were discussing collaboration in Architecture, but what I found most interesting was the continuing scepticism about using web-based collaborative tools. On that basis, I’ve written a piece for the next edition of Area Magazine, the quarterly newsletter sent to all RIBA registered Architects in the West Midlands, about the opportunities Web2.0 can bring to Architects.

The post prior to that was the day I unwittingly managed to get Bryant Priest Newman onto the homepage of the Architect’s Journal website simply by sharing a photograph on Twitter. Take a look at The Power of 140 Characters.

Other blog posts:
Web2.0 & Architecture – A day out at Hello Digital 2009
What is Innovation? – An insight into my stream of consciousness resulting from a questionnaire received from the National Office of Statistics
Social Media & Web2.0 in the Built Environment – Preparation for Be2Camp Brum in 2009
Too Tired to Tweet? Too Busy to Blog? – My first ever rant

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