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Dec 29, 2005

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Rachael Taggart

In regards to the comments about blogs, I have noticed that the current CAD blogs are dominated by AutoCAD-related blogs from Autodesk itself, as well as a number of independents and now a growing number of Autodesk resellers. In our latest count, about 85% of CAD blogs are AutoCAD-related.
When I commented on it in my blog, and at the lack of activity by other CAD vendors, someone privately responded that SarBox and Reg FD are restrictive to such activities. (That was their defence). I disagree. Autodesk has been consistently clean in any SarBox or Reg FD matters and yet consistently communicates well via blogs. This is not a barrier. Blogs are the communication tool of now and the future. Other CAD vendors need to watch and learn what Autodesk are doing.

For my own shameless self promotion, the blog entry is here:
http://floatingpoint.typepad.com/pr_marketing_and_the_busi/2005/12/autocad_blogs_w.html

Rach

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