22 September 2005

"Map shock" interview (Donald F. Dansereau, Ph.D.) : http://www.sociablemedia.com/articles_dansereau.htm students often became "lost" upon first seeing a type of complex map. The results were a sense of "not knowing where to start or where to go next," he said. "This makes processing less efficient and may even bring it to a halt." : http://www.psy.tcu.edu/acr/
Via http://www.beyondbullets.com/2005/08/shocked_by_comp.html

Visualization: A bibliographic history : http://www.agocg.ac.uk/train/review/biblio3b.htm

Interactive Map I drew of the web's "Great Hits" of the year -------------->
With 10 years of watching Web users search under its belt, The Lycos 50 (http://50.lycos.com/ ) has released a recap of the top requests: http://www.clickz.com/stats/sectors/traffic_patterns/article.php/3550261

Variety of mapping references in this blog : http://www.flutterby.com/archives/topics/180.html

"I always keep a supply of ______ handy in case I see a snake- --which I also keep handy." -after (___stimulant___ ; W. C. Fields)

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