Do you think that it was the rich who supported and engineered the passage of the 16th Amendment that allowed the creation of the federal income tax. "The rich understand that since they have most of the money they have to pay for most of the public infrastructure and services.
" "They let Congress set the official tax laws to serve their political purposes, then make their own deals for breaks and structure their compensation so that they have the same money in their pockets regardless. " "They absolutely do prefer that, because it stifles competition from the little people and secures their oligopoly.
From the outset, Revit was intended to allow architects and other building professionals to design and document a building by creating a parametric three-dimensional model that included both the geometry and non-geometric design and construction information, which is also known as Building Information Modeling or BIM Eastman C. At the time, several other software packages—such as ArchiCAD and Reflex—provided a three-dimensional virtual building model, and let the user control individual components via parameters parametric components. Two key differences in Revit were that users created parametric components in a graphical "family editor" rather than a programming language, and the model captured all relationships between components, views, and annotations so that a change to any element automatically propagated to keep the model consistent. The concept of bi-directional associativity  between components, views, and annotations was a distinguishing feature of Revit for many releases. The ease of making changes inspired the name Revit, a contraction of Revise-Instantly. At the heart of Revit is a parametric change propagation engine that relied on a new technology, context-driven parametrics, that was more scalable than the variational and history-driven parametrics used in mechanical CAD software.