His channel is called RetroCAD, and he announces his new videos on Twitter.
So, Robert pinged me and asked if I had or knew of anyone who had an older version of ARCHIBUS.
Now, y'all know I spent most of my illustrious career working in the Facilities Engineering department of one of our nation's top 10 hospitals. Each time we moved our offices (Milton has nothing on us lol), we were put into smaller and smaller spaces and had to purge things. So, I was allowed to bring home a few things that might have otherwise ended up in the dumpster.
Some old digitizer tablets and pucks, some middle-aged Autocad versions & advertisements AND one really old binder of ARCHIBUS F.I.M.S., with a shipping date of 1993.
I'm thrilled that my Shaan Hurley-esque hoarding of arcane architectural artifacts has not been for naught.
Facilities Management is sort of the step-child of the AEC industry, and CAFM (computer-aided facilities management) software does not get a lot of air-time compared to design software, so this is exciting for me.
So, you know how much our industry LOVES acronyms.
BUT, I have a new favorite!
Random Online Videodisk Emulation Retrieval
Awesome. lol. Fetch that data!
I hope you enjoy his videos as much as I did. And that, like me, you can appreciate how far user interfaces and relational data has come in the past 20-30 years.