28 September 2005

Social Network Analysis: What to Map : http://blogs.salon.com/0002007/2005/08/11.html#a1240

Here's an event (mind)map http://www.portoalegre2005.info/map2.htm (after my SacklerColloquium map http://www.1-900-870-6235.com/KnowledgeMap.htm) that uses JavaScript to make it drag-able. "Mapping registered events to facilitate collaboration".

Maps of locations of famous pieces of art : http://www.annao.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/new_work.htm# "Here I am exploring the graphical representations of an area of land which is known to many people only through another persons representation of it. "

CSS resources : http://www.sitepronews.com/archives/2005/july/20.html

Further enhancements and refinements to http://www.1-900-870-6235.com/PeaceMap.htm ---->

Idea to 'tag' quotes to one or more of the 103 Great Ideas.

"A military map often turns into a representation - a theatre if you like - of far grander issues, the resolution of which may cause many thousands to die." - Alan Sillitoe ( from the forward for the book 'Topography of Armageddon', by Peter Chasseaud,1991).

"There is simply no change that might ever transpire in time and space that happens before you're fully able to use it for your own growth and glory... You may as well just act like you had personally requested it, and soar. Because, truthfully, you did, and, honestly, you can." - The Universe

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