I don't often mention new blogs (or new to me anyway) anymore. I developed a fear that the staccato posting of each new blog I find would get tiresome. Instead I just quietly add them to the list on the side. I revised the naming of the international blogs today to place their language or country first in parenthesis. I thought it would make it easier to find a language first alphabetically and then focus on a blog name. In doing so I came across at least five more international blogs, Russian, French, Dutch and Norwegian.
I contemplated moving the Revit Blogs(Reseller) into the other groups rather than calling them out...and then went ahead and did it.
I added a new link for the Revit Timeline post at AUGI. It lists every version release of Revit since the begining, including point releases and name changes. David Conant started the thread while it was still part of Chris Zoog's website Zoogdesign and I've been keeping at it since then. I also copied it into Beau Turner's Revit Wiki.
I added a custom Google Search to the sidebar which will generate results from my blog and all those I have listed on the side too. Try criteria like "worksets" or "parameters" or "families" and see what kind of results you get now.
When a hotfix was issued recently I decided to add a new set of links to the Current Revit Builds group.
They are the "Is there a XXX Update/hotfix??" links at the bottom, one for each version of Revit.
As you've probably noticed I've begun getting back into the notion of using video. I can do a lot more with less time (as long as I don't get too hung up with making good videos) and spending a bit less time writing to describe things as well. Hopefully they'll be useful too.
I added a Twitter widget on the sidebar. Not much of a Twitterer really but I do tweet occasionally. I'm at a conflict with Twittering about my blog posts. I'd rather come up with some other reason to Tweet.
As of today blogger tells me that I have 626 subscribers. Google analytics tells me that visitors come by Monday - Friday in numbers between 350-600 per day. The weekends dwindle which I believe indicates that many of you actually have lives, which is good! I appreciate the continued interest, it makes me feel like keeping on keeping on, Thanks!