Hey it’s Murph here, just some info on who I am for those that don’t know me. I am an Application Engineer for a Autodesk reseller. Been there since Sept of 2006. Prior to that I was a GIS Tech/drafting supervisor for an electrical utility in Tennessee and a part time instructor at a local Technical College teaching students how to use plain AutoCAD the right way.

So why the title of Map 3D and Murph’s Law? Well the blog will be about Map 3D and the Murph law is a short version of Murphy’s Law or as I like to say, “It works OK when you try it, but right in the middle of a demo or presentation it will crash.”

5 Responses to “About”


  1. 1 map3d 03/11/2009 at 3:49 PM

    Sure if you mean links on each others blogs, I’m for it.

  2. 2 scanman32 03/05/2009 at 3:32 PM

    Hi Murph,

    I am in the process of building traffic at my 3D laser scanning blog. Would you be interested in swapping links?

    Thanks,

    Gene Roe
    http://www.lidarnews.com

  3. 3 unmona 10/10/2008 at 2:30 AM

    Hi Murph

    I never get any reply for my query posted on 17-09-08. Please provide my solution.

    Thanks & Regards
    Utpal Sarmah Boruah

  4. 4 unmona 09/17/2008 at 5:16 AM

    Hi Murph,

    Great. But I have a serious problem in AutoCAD Map2008 and AutoCAD Map2000i.While I export any file to .shp format(from Acad map 2008 and acad map 2000i) the column value of the attribute has changed. But I need it in same way.

    Plz give me some solution regarding this issue.

    Thanks
    Utpal

  5. 5 greigrichardson 01/07/2008 at 6:16 AM

    Hi Murph,

    Great Blog! I have been a regular reader over the past year or so and you have inspired me to join you and start my own, as Map seems to be getting swamped by Civil Blogs ;-)

    Thought you might like to check it out.

    http://www.cad2gis.wordpress.com

    I work Prodesk, the UK geospatial distributor, as the AE. Feel free to contact me if you think we could help each other out in anyway.

    Greig.richardson@prodesk.biz

    Thanks

    Greig


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