Today we celebrate not only the holiday season, but the close of our 9th year of existence. I would like to take a moment to thank all of the loyal readers of this blog, and talk about some of the exciting changes we’ve been making over the past few months, as well as what the new year will bring.Read more
Every so often, it is good to hear the counterpoint opinion on jewellery CAD, especially from those who have the expertise to know what they’re talking about. Here is a critical opinion of CAD training from Mike Hurst of Jewellery Casting Scotland, with my opinions offered after.Read more
Since I started this blog, I’ve avoided discussing the growing phenomenon of online training because of my own concerns over conflict of interest. With this article, all that changes.
I’ve spent 9 years researching all the major types of online and offline training delivery methods. In this article, I’m now sharing and discussing my findings.
Guest blogger Paul Haywood from the Haywood Life offers suggestions on best digital tools for building on online jewellery business.Read more
It’s time for another article for my Dark Side of New Technology series. Today we’ll be talking about closed software ecosystems and the proposed solution of adversarial interoperability.Read more
Some of you may have received a couple of blog post notifications about upcoming content on the CADJewellerySkills site. I’ve now resolved the problem. You will get a chance to read those posts shortly. They will all be coming within the next few weeks. My apologies for any inconvenience or confusion.Read more
As part of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Initiative, they’ve recently launched the eRosary smart jewellery and associated app.
Yes, it’s a real thing. And it’s rather inventive, actually.