20 September 2006

Hierachical Visualization System : http://www.iicm.edu/thesis/wputz.pdf#search=%22VxInsight%20filesystem%22 A General Framework. [PDF]

Center for Story and Symbol : http://www.folkstory.com/ Via http://www.ahpweb.org/pub/perspective/dec2004/dec04websights.html

Typical Site Visitor Map : http://clairelight.typepad.com/atlast/images/recentvisitormap.jpg

Improved Google Map zoom capability : http://googlemapsapi.blogspot.com/2006/07/zoooooooom.html

(IDEA conference) Archive for information visualization : http://www.ideaconference.org/blog/?cat=11 including Information visualization conversation

Hannibal's War Map : http://www.edwardtufte.com/tufte/minard-hannibal (Minard's figurative map).

Interesting search ("cubiceye" april 2000) : http://www.google.com/search?q=%22cubiceye%22%20april%202000&hl=en&lr=&start=30&sa=N by U.S. Patent and Trademark UPTO (came up #29 of about 90, on page 4), possibly checking 'state of the art' (?) regarding http://www.cubiceye.net/geometry.html

Apple’s HQ now appearing in Microsoft’s Virtual Earth Database? : http://www.resourceshelf.com/2006/09/13/apple-hq-now-in-msn-virutal-earth-googleplex-and-yahoo-hq-too/ Also see this VE Blog post with some sample images.

Nearly three and a half centuries of scientific study and achievement is now available online in the Royal Society Journals Digital Archive following its official launch this week (and until December the archive is freely available to anyone on the internet to explore). Via http://www.pubs.royalsoc.ac.uk/index.cfm?page=1373

A tribe of almost 200 : http://maplovers.tribe.net/ one of My tribes

Negotiating Water : http://www.ciaonet.org/wps/els01/ (Israel and the Palestinians). Via Institute For Palestine Studies

A4Desk : http://www.a4desk.com/ is a professional, all-in-one flash design software suite to help users develop flash menues, flash web sites, and multimedia flash presentations.

Metal World Map Wall Mural : http://www.1worldglobes.com/alummural.html - 10 feet wide

".... today's business managers are expected to read one million words per week" (we can comfortably read about 150 words per minute. So that would take you 6,666 minutes. That's 111 hours, or almost 16 hours a day, seven days a week. And that's reading non-stop!) - Jack Trout

"All things are locked together in a system of internal relatonships—the finite parts with one another through the infinite whole which determines each to be what it is, in itself and in relation to all others." - Spinoza, “Relations” ; The Great Ideas
"Don't go anywhere. Keep doing what you're doing." - Susan Marshall, Choreographer
"Never mess with the cursed hows." - TU
"If you sometimes get the sudden urge to run around naked. Drink somewindow cleaner. It will keep you from streaking." - Yarn

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