What can I say, it’s been fun, but the time has come to put the site in some old beer boxes, vacuum up the crumbs from behind the couch, and hand over my keys at the realtor’s office. On May 2nd I’ll be turning this domain over to Autodesk, Inc. and it will begin redirecting to the AutoCAD Civil 3D landing page. Where’s almost five-years’ worth of civil3d.com going? I’m not sure, but have no fear, for the next six months, you’ll have an opportunity to go to the new home, or just be automagically taken to the Autodesk Civil 3D page.
I’m in talks with a couple of folks to move the content to their sites, or I might simply use one of the other domains I have in my pocket. If you’d like to have some of the best Civil3d instruction and commentary propping up your blog and making your site a top destination for Civil 3D users, drop me an e-mail, wedding@ this domain, and we’ll talk. I’m not interested in locking the content away, but I do want it to have a home.
I want to take a final opportunity to say thank you to all of the authors that have contributed over the years. We’ve seen posts from some of the most insightful and brilliant Civil 3D users, instructors and consultants. Thanks, Rick Graham; Tony Carcamo; Christopher Fugitt, P.E.; Eric Chappell; Joshua Modglin; Josh Petersen; John Postlewait; Jonathan Stewart; Kevin Clark, P.E.; Kati Mercier, P.E.; Matt Kolberg; Chuck Lamping, P.E.; Mark Scacco, P.E.; Matthew Anderson, P.E.; Jeff Mishler; Matthew Risch; Steve Boon; Mark Spatz, P.E.; & Richard Sincovec, this site could have never been was it is without your input.
Of course, this blog would have been dead in the water without the serious, over-the-top, way beyond the call of duty, posts of Jason Hickey, Dana Probert, P.E., and Nick Zeeben. Funny how we all wound up in different corners of Autodesk.
Maybe there’s something to this whole blog thing.