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04 April 2008

(Interview) Ben Shneiderman Visualize data

Geotagged photos Map : http://www.flickr.com/map/

Timeline Dynamics : http://montalk.net/matrix/122/timeline-dynamics

Appears that a 15 (students? in a synchronous eLearning class?) visited via : http://googlereader.blogspot.com/2008/03/reader-and-aria-new-way-to-read.html

Create and embed Flickr slideshows : http://www.slideflickr.com/

COMPOSING WITH CHAOS : Applications of a New Science for Music

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Landmarks of Art History : Via http://www.lukemastin.com/music/art.html
1650: Velaquez: Rokeby Venus
1665: Rembrandt: Portrait of the Artist
1678: Murillo: Immaculate Conception
1714: Watteau: The Marriage Contract
1732: Hogarth: The Orgy
1752: Boucher: Reclining Girl
1770: Gainsborough: Blue Boy
1794: Blake: Ancient of Days
1814: Goya: Third of May
1821: Constable: The Hay-Wain
1842: Turner: Steamer in a Snow Storm
1857: Millet: The Gleaners
1872: Monet: Impressions - Sunrise
1890: Van Gogh: Irises
1907: Braque: Mandolin
1925: Picasso: Three Dancers
1936: Dali: Premonition of Civil War
1952: Pollock: Yellow Islands
1963: Lichtenstein: Whaam!
1971: Hockney: Mr and Mrs Clarke

(Video) The Secret Law of Attraction : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8x95ElxZY1k

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"I'd like to live as a poor man with lots of money." - Pablo Picasso
"All through school and University I had been given maps of life and knowledge on which there was hardly a trace of many of the things that I most cared about and that seemed to me to be of the greatest possible importance to the conduct of my life. I remembered that for many years my perplexity had been complete; and no interpreter had come along to help me. It remained complete until I ceased to suspect the sanity of my perceptions and began, instead, to suspect the soundness of the maps." - E .F. Schumacher (also author of the classic, Small is Beautiful)
"Can we become the sign we so desperately seek?" - Gillian MacBeth-Louhan
"Nature is full of genius, full of the divinity; so that not a snowflake escapes its fashioning hand." - Thoreau Via
"There is no such thing as inaccuracy in a photograph. All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth." - Richard Avedon Via

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