Don't let those old farts tell you what to use.


Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them; disagree with them; glorify or villify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward.

And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.

Since its introduction in 1984, the Mac has always spoken to and appealed to those who march to a different drummer, those who think differently. In the world of CAD design, there is no clearer representation of that attitude and dedication to a different, better approach than PowerCADD and WildTools. Join the ranks of WildTools Troublemakers and help turn back the forces of darkness.

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WildTools Troublemakers
Alamance Community College, Graham, NC: Greg Gunn
Arkansas, at large: Paul Gregory
University of British Columbia: Greg Johnson
British Columbia, at large: Rod Bojechko
University of California at Berkeley: Gary Veasy
University of California at Davis: Peter Bacot
University of California at Los Angeles: Damon Seeley
University of California at Riverside: Ed Jaworski
California, at large: Dale A. Cose
Carnegie Mellon University: David Celento
Clarkson University: David Honan
Charleston, South Carolina: Kevin Craft
Connecticut, at large: Debbie Woodhouse
Connecticut College: Sara Scott
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University: Kyle Mickelwait
GES Las Vegas: Rhett Nielson
Harvard University: Brook Wilkinson
University of Hawaii: Jason Locher
University of Kentucky: Mark Denomme
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at large: Derek Dubout
Miami, FL, at large: Stephen Mouzon
Michigan, at large: Joyce Weise
Motorola, Plantation, Florida: George Sirokie
Motorola, Austin, Texas: John Lambert
New York, at large: John Siegenthaler
North Carolina, at large: Bill Gore
North Carolina, at large: John Murray
University of North Carolina at Charlotte: John Nelson
Ontario, at large: Stéphan Crispin
Oregon, at large: Michael Wolfe
Princeton College: Katherine Groninger
Rhode Island School of Design: Evan Larson
Santa Rosa, California: Jonathan Herr
Southern California Institute of Architecture: Kelly van Oteghem
Syracuse University, School of Architecture: Mike Charek
Tennessee, at large: Ralph Richards
Texas, at large: Robert Ogburn
Tulsa, Oklahoma: John Bucklin
University of Virginia, School of Architecture: Alfred Scott
Virginia, at large: James Georgo
Virginia, at large: Kay Lawson
Virginia, at large: R. Strother Scott, Jr.
Virginia, at large: Matthew Arnold
Wesleyan University: Kakee Scott
Washington, D.C, at large: Ann B. Crowley
Washington, D.C, at large: Michael Wm. Hall
Washington, at large: Chuck Gallup
Winnipeg, MB, Canada: Glen R. Klym

Please pass the word. We're out to cause trouble BIG TIME!

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