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Five things to do today: 17 April

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CAD can’t - Tate talks - African photographs - steam power - learn to knit

CAD can’t
Read architect Arrol Gellner explain why CAD does more harm than good, followed by some forthright comments.

Tate talks
Choose from 400 videos and audio files available from the Tate archives free on iTunes. Featuring interviews with the likes of Jeff Koons and an ‘intimate’ film with Louise Bourgeois. Continuing their multimedia expansion, the Tate is also offering the chance to Twitter with David Hockney.

African photgraphs
See the collected work of photographer Mireilla Ricciardi (example pictured) - who has documented the people and places of her native Africa since the 1960s.

Steam power
Check out, Old Glory, Britain’s best selling steam and vintage restoration magazine, for steam and vintage vehicles trundling around a road near you.

Learn to knit
Everyone needs a hobby, so join Julia Roberts, Sarah Jessica Parker, Uma Thurman and Madonna on the stitch ‘n’ bitch scene with these instructional knitting videos.

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  • 'CAD can't'
    Nice little article and seeing as you have to register on that site to leave comment, here it is on AJ.
    Agree with the CAD sentiments but now we have a new beastie, Reckit, oh sorry, Revit. The most rigid, QA driven, rubber stamping programme I know. CAD bow down to its clunky superiority.

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