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Ahem [taps mic], happy Friday everyone!
We're pleased to announce that SketchUp 2014 is here.

Learn more and download this new release here: http://goo.gl/YH3nvE
Get the full story behind SketchUp 2014 on the SketchUpdate blog: http://goo.gl/CV14vw
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Follow The Leader!

In this perfectly timed photograph by Matt Hutton, we see a dolphin and surfer riding a wave at Jacques Point in Kalbarri, Australia.

The photo was taken with a Canon 5D MKIII at a focal length of 400mm (actual lens: 70-200 f/2.8 IS USM II with a x2 II extender). Shutter speed was 1/4000sec with an aperture of f/5.6 and ISO 800.

Photographer: Matt Hutton ~ http://goo.gl/c1Vd7u
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Did you miss the +MasterSketchup webinar on the SketchUp to LayOut process? Check out the recording here (and use the skip/rewind links to jump back and forth to sections you care about!). 

Matt, from Master SketchUp, has also written a new guide on SketchUp to LayOut -- you can learn more the new book here: http://goo.gl/E3fmEr
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I have reached a new milestone in my SketchUp adventures. Featured on Sketchupdate, woo hoo! 

http://sketchupdate.blogspot.com/2014/02/new-book-sketchup-to-layout.html
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Scott Wright - faculty member at the University of Utah. graduate of McNeese State University (B.S.), Oregon State University (M.Ed.), and Oregon State University (Ph.D.). Teaching and research. Technology and aging issues. Avid reader of books - and finishing up my novel "Ship of Theseus" (Vol. I - IV). 
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