heroIn the 15 years that Annmarie and I have been practicing at our small residential architecture firm, we have seen much of our hardware come and go. We launched the firm with a single Dell workstation, a monster CRT monitor and an inexpensive all-in-one scanner, printer, fax machine.

Today we're running Apple computers and the fax machine is long gone.

On this episode of the Entrepreneur Architect Podcast, I am going to share with you a long list of all of the hardware and electronic equipment that we use to run Fivecat Studio on a daily basis. It's not fancy or cutting edge, but its what we have to do what we do.

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Referenced in this Episode

Scott LePage Photography
Laser Distance Meter: DISTO Classic 5a by Leica Geosystems
Apple iPhone5
BIMsanity: Is AutoCAD LT a Better Choice for Small Firm Architects
AutoCAD LT 2014 for Mac
27 Apple iMac
Apple Wireless Mouse
Apple Wireless Keyboard
ViewSonic VX2250WM-LED 22-Inch monitor
Dell E198FP 19″ LCD Monitor
27″ Thunderbolt Apple Display
HP CM1312NFI Color LaserJet Printer
HP Designjet T520 Thermal Inkjet 24″ ePrinter
Apple Mac Mini Server
Neal Pann Architect
Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 Scanner for PC and Mac
The Entrepreneur Architect Report (my free weekly newsletter)
iPad Air
Andrew Hawkins of Hawkins Architecture
Top Five Apps for Architects in Daily Practice
15 MacBook Pro
Blue Yeti USB Microphone
Pat Flynn’s How to Start a Podcast Video Tutorial
Learn How to Podcast by Cliff Ravenscraft at Podcast Answer Man
Audible.com Audiobooks
Amazon Kindle e-Book App


Photo Credit: Apple iMac

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