12 March 2008

(Second Life) Embedded tutorials example : http://secondlife.com/showcase/sub_page.php?blog_category=6 (parcel media)

(Video) Map Expert Montage (selected excerpts from the interactive map files).

Packet Garden : captures information about how you use the internet and uses this stored information to grow a private world you can later explore.

Information Mapping (when reading a Book) will save hours …

Hexagon-Triangle Weave pattern construction : http://www.math.lsu.edu/~verrill/origami/tessellations/weave/

FantasyMap Artist : http://www.mapsandmore.com/maps/index.html

Photo-novelty provider : http://photojojo.com/store/ Their blog.

MEASURABLE VS. MEMORABLE : “The most evocative experiences -- those that have lasting power, that alter one's perspectives, apprehension, appreciation, and actions -- aren't designed. They're composed..."

The original dadaists included - Hannah Hoch, Marcel Duchamp, John Heartfield, and Kurt Schwitters. DADA art is said to have laid the groundwork for such movements as Cubism and Futurism, and it also said to have made assemblage, collage, photomontage, and ready made objects more socially acceptable as art objects.

First 3 of 9 listed here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/23216060@N08/favorites/

"The things to do are: the things that need doing: that you see need to be done, and that no one else seems to see need to be done. Then you will conceive your own way of doing that which needs to be done -- that no one else has told you to do, or how to do it." - R. Buckminster Fuller
"To look is to learn if you listen carefully." - Per Arnoldi
"Of all the will toward the ideal in mankind only a small part can manifest itself in public action. All the rest of this force must be content with small and obscure deeds. " - Albert Schweitzer
"No matter how happy you have ever been, even at your happiest, it won't come close to how happy you will one day be. The plot thickens." - The Universe
"Most physicists and mathematicians feel that numbers are the prime language of reality, but it is actually shape that generate all the laws of physics." -Bob Frissell, (Nothing 85)

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