- Editor's Desk by Marc Cheves, LS
- Feature: A New AutoCAD
Description of Autodesk's AutoCAD Land Development Desktop.
- Feature: And a Star to Steer Her By
Coverage of the new navigation exhibit at the National Air & Space Museum.
- Feature: New Software Tools May Help Surveyors
Bentley works to improve collaboration between surveyors and office personnel.
- Feature: Inside the Leica TCA2003
An in-depth look at a modern Leica total station.
- Feature: F. W. Breithaupt & Sohn: The World's Oldest Instrument Manufacturer, Part 2 by Marc Cheves, LS
Description of the company's unique product lineup.
- New Products at GIS/LIS '98
- Debate: Mandatory Continuing Education - Against
This article (and the next three) express opposite views on mandatory continuing education for surveyors.
- Debate: Mandatory Continuing Education - For
- Debate: Rebuttal to Mandatory Continuing Education - Against
- Debate: Rebuttal to Mandatory Continuing Education - For
- Legal Notes: Easements and Rights of Way
Clarification of the difference between two similar, and often confused, terms.
- Hands On: AutoCAD Map 3
Review of the latest version of Autodesk's GIS software.
- CADD Tips & Tricks: Lost in Space: AutoCAD's Paper Space/Model Space Conundrum Explained
Advice on how and when to use AutoCAD's virtual paper feature, including tips on how to avoid getting lost.
- Letters to the Editor
- Marketing Tipz: What's Your Business Really Worth?
How to determine the true market value of your firm.
- On the Horizon: Putting Your Mark on the Map
Discussion of FEMA's current efforts to amend the Flood Insurance Rate Maps and how surveyors can influence the process.
- Products, People, Places I
- Products, People, Places II
- History Corner: John Sellers - Farmer, Manufacturer and Surveyor by Silvio A. Bedini
The life of a self-taught eighteenth-century Pennsylvania surveyor, experimental agriculturist and member of the American Philosophical Society and Pennsylvania Provincial Assembly.
- Latest & Greatest
A look at new equipment and software from various manufacturers. Note: this article appeared in the 1999 SourceBook, a supplement to the January/February 1999 issue of the magazine.