There's a new psychological problem that's happening to CAD drafters.
It's called PSTD. Post Schematic Tech Disorder.
Do you find yourself staring at a computer screen all day with a glazed look in your eye?
Do you flashbacks of chalkboards and chalk from third grade?
Do you sometimes think you are wanting to type in CD/ to change directories at a DOS prompt?
There is a cure. It's called Revit. There is hope for you. Please call 1-800-CADDICT
Addendum: After further reflection and a tweet from Jay Zallan, I'm thinking that it'd be better to call it PSDT, Post Schematic Design Trauma. It afflicts every general contractor in the world who receives blueprints drafted in CAD.
What's your vote? PSTD or PSDT?
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