Tweet … Tweet … Tweet! No, I am not cat-calling or whistling at you. I am tweeting from the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry’s annual meeting in Austin, Texas. The program chairs have set up a Twitter account for the conference. You can follow @forumaustin or search the hashtag #forumaustin. If you want to
Today’s post is about the Spearin Doctrine, tweeted in less than 140 characters:
US v. Spearin: Owner designs. Contractor builds. Owner accepts. Work sucks. Owner sues. Contractor absolved. Owner loses.
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I have my Google reader set to search various blogs, news sites, and Twitter feeds to help me keep current with the latest trends in the construction industry. There remains one major problem: the words we use have different meanings for everyone.
Take, for example, my search of Twitter feeds (above) for Building Information Modeling (BIM). If you were to do…
My roomie from law school, Rick Klau, sent me a note this past weekend. Actually, he tweeted it! (You, too, can follow me at www.twitter.com/matthewdevries). I was excited to hear where Rick was visiting.
"Best Practices…" you ask, "Why are you posting about your old law school roommate? This is a construction-related blog!"
The best answer…