[This is a re-post of an article from my pwcom blog, published 27 November 2009. Update (04 December): I added a post-script to the original post – read the response received back from Paul Morrell.] First mooted in July 2008, the appointment of the UK government’s first Chief Construction Advisor was finally announced this week. …
Tag: quantity surveyor
Nov 30 2009
- Filed under AEC, Business/Financial, Collaboration, Extranet/CDE, Future, People issues, SaaS, Web 2.0
30 November 2009
- Accelerating Change, Avanti protocol, BIM, blog, Building magazine, Business and Enterprise Committee, Cabinet Office, chief construction advisor, Chief Construction Officer, co-location, common logistics, Constructing Excellence, Constructing Matters, Construction Commitments, construction czar, Construction Innovation and Growth team, Davis Langdon, Future Generation of IT, Gershon Efficiency Programme, Greening Government ICT, ICT, ICT and Automation, innovation, inter-operability, low carbon policy, National Platform for the Built Environment, Operational Efficiency Programme, paperwork, Paul Morrell, project extranets, pwcom, quantity surveyor, ROI, SCRI, Sir John Egan, Strategic Research Agenda, Strategy for Sustainable Construction, tendering, Thin client, UK
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Jan 29 2009
Yesterday, in my short overview of the Web 2.0 practices of the main UK architecture, engineering and construction trade weeklies, I said that Architects’ Journal only appeared to have one Twitter user. Today, it seems almost the whole architecture profession has been somewhat slow to try out Twitter too. Over the past couple of weeks, …
- Architects' Journal, Architects' Twitter League, architecture, Barefoot & Gilles, bonkers, bricklayer, building services engineer, civil engineer, Collabora-phobia, collaboration, Construction, construction lawyer, Construction Manager, Construction Twitter group, electrical engineer, electrician, Engineering, estimator, Future of Social Media, general contractor, Hudson River plane crash, ICT, Jonathan Ross, mechanical engineer, Orange, Phil Clark, plasterer, plumber, QS, quantity surveyor, Richard & Judy, SaaS, Staci Ford, Stephen Fry, structural engineer, Su Butcher, subcontractor, Tweepsearch, Twitter, UK, Web 2.0
Permanent link to this article: http://extranetevolution.com/2009/01/few-architects-tweet-even-fewer-qss/
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