03 January 2005

Viewing map as a PDF file which can be magnified to show more detail : http://www.nnp.org/Maps_files/descriptions.htm#14

Whereas the magnification lens only shows two levels of details of the same map, a fish eye lens shows the map at decreasing magnification factors with increasing distance from the mouse pointer, thus providing a smooth transition between both levels of detail. http://www.webmapper.net/maps/navigation/zooming/lens/

See "Launch Navigation Palette" button; interesting use of pop-up window http://www.commarts.com/CA/interactive/cai04/

Ways in which enterprise knowledge can be more effectively exploited; http://www.skyrme.com/insights/26kcomm.htm Much more at http://www.skyrme.com/site/k-map.htm

EARLY VISUAL MEDIA : http://www.visual-media.be/history.html

WebQuest Map : http://www.mapacourse.com/webquest%20HTML/webquest%20icon.html

User generated (and distributed) content example http://illustmaker.abi-station.com/index_en.shtml could be used for information maps (?)

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy : http://plato.stanford.edu/contents.html#p
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy : http://www.iep.utm.edu/

Before / after imagery : http://homepage.mac.com/demark/tsunami/2.html

Just finishing reading "Linked: How Everything Is Connected to Everything Else and What It Means" (Albert-Laszlo Barabasi) discussed at http://jade.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/alan/archives/2004/12/27/linked.php

"The block of granite which is an obstacle in the pathway of the weak,
becomes a stepping-stone in the pathway of the strong." - Thomas Carlyle
"A sudden stupid sickness carried him off in a few hours when he was about to triumph: I curse providence and death." - Art critic Jules Christophe, writing after the death of Seurat in La Plume, September 1, 1891

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