Learning the Bird’s Language


Much too much time has passed by since my last article…
I was traveling a lot since December. And when I have not been traveling, I was preparing the next trip or trying to catch up with all the work which has piled up while I have not been at my desk.
Currently it looks like I will stay at home for the next few weeks. The next planned trip will only be in August when I will attend the SIGGRAPH 2012 in Los Angeles and I am using this opportunity to write this article.

While nothing has changed on the travelling front and business is moving forward as usual, one thing has changed since a few weeks: I am “learning the language of the birds”.

You’re wondering what this all about?

Very simple: after staying away from it for years, a new business partner has convinced me to take a look at Twitter. And she obviously was successful – I am tweeting like a young sparrow!
And I have to admit that it is really amazing how efficient Twitter is working. Once you understood how to search for interesting topics and people, it is very simple to stay up-to-date.

At the moment, I am using Twitter only for professional topics. My Twitter-ID is FARO_LS_PM.
So, if you are interested in what is going on at the 3D laser scanning front, 3D visualization, software and so on, you are very welcome to follow me!


About oliverbuerkler

I am an engineering professional from Germany. Currently working as Product Manager for 3D Laser Scanner and the related software products at FARO. Apart from culture, nature and delicious food, I am interested in modern technologies. Focussing on topics which are related to the keywords "3D", "Imaging", "Modern Technologies" and "Computers" I try to figure out what is making technology a success. What is needed to make things accepted by people? Why are many fascinating products failing while similar gadgets are achieving record sales.
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