Usually I compose a blog post here, then echo it to LinkedIn. Just for a change I’m taking a short LinkedIn snip and expanding it into blog post. Here goes
“Sometimes I think with my BIM pencil, and sometimes I let my old-school pencil lead the way. Some of our volunteers are having difficulty modelling without a set of dimensioned drawings to lead the way.
That’s fine, but we are just exploring. We learn by our mistakes. I’m not embarrassed by the fact that this drawing is a bit messy. I was letting my subconscious mind run ahead of itself, searching for a level of abstraction and simplification, intuitively.
We don’t think with our brains. We think by letting our bodies interact with the world. Our brains just encode that experience into memories that influence future adventures.
Project Notre Dame is an adventure. If you let it take you on a journey, perhaps you will find places inside yourself that you didn’t know about.”
Clearly there are some interesting…