19 April 2006

Making Money From Online Maps : http://www.forbes.com/home/digital_entertainment/2006/04/13/google-aol-yahoo-cx_rr_0417maps.html

Faceted interfaces : http://members.home.nl/mackelenbergh/no_hierarchies.htm Also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faceted_navigation

USGS Topographical Overlays for GoogleEarth from 3D Solar

FractalZoom : http://zapatopi.net/themes/dactylfractalzoom.html

200 map-related patents : http://www.freshpatents.com/search/searchform.php including Three-dimensional cartographic user interface system , Information handling ...

Abstract Only : Map-Based Horizontal Navigation in Educational Hypertext

CabMap : http://cabspotting.org/

A Map Larger Than the Territory : http://perso.wanadoo.fr/korourke/map/index.en.html

Someone in Begium did this site-specific Google Image search : http://images.google.be/images?q=+site:www.1-900-870-6235.com+MIND+MAP&svnum=10&hl=fr&lr=

"Information technology and the ever greater impact it has on our everyday lives, right down to the metaphors we use, are thus greeted with an equal amount of optimism and pessimism..." - Im Krebsgang, the Nobel Prize-winning author G√ľnter Grass points to the dangers of the apparently ethically neutral spatial freedom of the internet. Grass claims that this neutrality blurs the sense of history and continuity compared to the more ethically coherent realm of literature in the traditional sense. Via THE IRREDUCIBILITY OF SPACE : http://muse.jhu.edu/cgi-bin/access.cgi?uri=/journals/diacritics/v033/33.3veel.html

"You would only find what you're looking for." : http://www.sptimes.com/2006/03/26/news_pf/Perspective/The_endangered_joy_of.shtml The endangered joy of serendipity.

"The fact that no one understands you doesn't mean you're an artist." - ?
"Of course I don't look busy. . . I did it right the first time." - ?
"The only weapon against bad ideas is better ideas." - A. Whitney Griswold, New York Times, 1959
"There's no speed limit on the Information Superhighway." - bumper sticker
"When I get to where I'm going, will somebody please tell me where I am?" -
"Every advance in natural knowledge has involved the absolute rejection of authority." - T.H. Huxley, Lay Sermons, 1870

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