Welcome to [as]
This personal website of mine (Alex) is (like any site) a work in progress. At this moment it contains my blog where I post stuff whenever I have something to say, a projects section where I describe my larger endeavors, a shop where you can get all the stuff that I produce, a timber engineering reference, and some of my photography and videos. If you want to know more about me and my work, you may visit the appropriately named about me page.
Follow my blog posts if you like to hear about AEC CAD/BIM news and tips, SketchUp, timber engineering topics and other projects, tips-and-tricks, public stuff and whatever else comes to my mind.
You may subscribe to one of my RSS feeds (pick one from the top of this page) if you want to stay up-to-date with what is happening here. If you need to look for something, just use the search function. You can also visit the sitemap page. Oh, and did I mention that you can also find me on many social networks?
It came to my attention that a logo similar to my [as] logo has been used for Comedy Network’s Adult Swim TV shows. As you can easily see by the content of this site, I am not affiliated with or endorse any of their content whatsoever. I like to think, I had the logo first, too!
Unless mentioned otherwise, photography, artwork, and source code on this site are published under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. Everything else is © Alexander Schreyer. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in using any of my material.
Regarding Links and Comments on This Website
Links to external pages (not belonging to this domain) are provided for reference only. I have not reviewed the content of the linked sites in detail and will not be responsible for any of the content linked or referred to from my pages or damages resulting from the use of the information provided. Use them at your own risk. External links will (as long as the plug-ins work fine) always open in a new browser window (or a new tab, depending on your browser’s settings).
Comments posted by others on this website and all links contained therein are – of course – the respective author’s opinion and responsibility and don’t necessarily represent my opinion. Feel free to flag any inappropriate comments – there should be a button next to it.
Not sure why anyone would want to do this, but if you are a history buff, then you can track the progress of my current and former personal sites at the Web Archive:
You can find my contact information here.
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