A Letter to the Desk of the Editor:
Hello Folks! Wish you a very very happy Easter and Good Friday. We are here, and in a new avatar. This time we are in a user friendly version Ã¢â‚¬â€œ html. SketchUp is known for its user friendly attribute, then how can Sketchup ur Space stay lack behind. I am getting some complains that many readers are facing problems in the flash book like taking too much time to load and the legibility is not comfortable. ThatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s why we have shifted it to html version to give our reader more comfort, more updates and to make it more reachable. But we are not move from our focus Ã¢â‚¬â€œ to make a piazza of all the Google SketchUp users of the world. The HTML version is the gift of Easter from the team of Sketchup ur Space to the folks.
We are here once again to give you some interesting updates on Google SketchUp. Hope that you will like our approach to it. We are just trying to give you more and more information and updates about SketchUp.
We all love to see our places on Google Earth. But it will be the best if we get it more real. It will be the best if we can get the smell of the soil from your monitor. It will be best to see your homeland virtually when you are abroad. But what is new on viewing satellite picture on Google Earth? It is almost a talk of old school now. But the new part is 3D. Yes I am talking about the SketchUp Building Maker. This fantastic companion of SketchUp helps your city to come alive on computer screen. In this issue we are discussing about the Building Maker. Hope that you will all like this edition.
On our Cover Story you will find an informative writing about SketchUp Building Maker. Scholarly articles by Albert Hart, Luca Dal Molin, Hussain Fadlallah and Evrim Pekaslan focus on various different aspects of SketchUp. The blog dealing with the event of School Students Rebuild Cumberland in 3D copes up the main theme of this monthÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s magazine. Jim Leggitt once again makes us richer by his informative blog. Our News room section has become much and much richer by the updates of the industry. The Tips and Tricks article helps you to draw building in Google Earth. But the centre of attraction is the interview of Mano Papanikolaou, the featured geo modeler of Google SketchUp.
Hope that you will like this avatar of Sketchup ur Space. We will love to hear feedback from you. Please send me your views at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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