16 November 2007

3-D Map of Air Pollution (in London) : http://www.londonair.org.uk/london/asp/virtualmaps.asp?view=maps Via

The Center for Digital Storytelling : http://www.storycenter.org/ Via http://www.accuracyandaesthetics.com/tag/map

PacificMap Grid Via http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/mapas_ocultotierra/esp_mapa_ocultotierra_12.htm

Drag a highlighted vertex to change the tile shape : http://mathforum.org/dynamic/one-corona/java/

Guide to Twitter as a Tool for Marketing and PR

Dedicated institutes for border studies:
The Centre for Cross Border Studies (Armagh, Northern Ireland);
The Center for Inter-American and Border Studies (University of Texas at El Paso, USA);
The Center for Latin American and Border Studies (New Mexico State University, USA);
The Centre for Border Studies (University of Glamorgan, Wales);
The Border Studies Research Circle (Wisconsin, USA);
The Nijmegen Centre of Border Research (Netherlands).

"The hexagon is greater than the square and the triangle and will hold more honey for the same expenditure of material used in constructing the different figures." - Pappus (writing some sixteen hundred years ago)
"Success is what sells art." - Andy Warhol
"Ideas are potent in every form, but perhaps most understandable when we can experience them through our senses- seeing, hearing and touching the creative thought." - Via
"Maps are interfaces between knowledge and experience. Always more than descriptions, they represent what we usually experience as a series of impressions in the form of an image seen from an extracorporeal viewpoint, that of shared knowledge." - Dirk Van Weelden, book Else/Where: New cartographies of networks and territories, p 26
"Get it down. Take chances. It may be bad, but it's the only way you can do anything really good." - William Faulkner

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