Randy, thanks for putting up with my puns last week at the Revit Technology Conference. BIM280.com has been born and will go somewhere special in the next few days.
In the meantime, there's a word I've been thinking about a lot since it's used in so many contexts.
Here's my thought. If you're not disciplined in your discipline, you're going to be disciplined.
How can one word have so many meanings? What happened to being disciplined? Is this why BIM is so important? You just can't get away with shitty drawings in a BIM world. It forces you to do the right thing and provide a level of quality that's higher, even if you don't think you are getting paid enough from the owner.
Should there be a discipline for BIM? Are BIM users more disciplined? Do they need to be disciplined less? How many disciplines are using BIM? Is it just the BIM 280?
Is there a BIM discipliner in your office? Are the BIM 280 the disciples of BIM?
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