21 July 2008

Visualization as navigation

Drawing Escape Tunnels Through Borders

Trialogue 3 : "History, Fractals and Change" (introduced by Ralph Abraham ) 50 mins. Via

Universality in Particularity

Map Builders Club (84 Members: 0 Chatting, 10 In-Game, 23 Online )

(Example) Twitter : http://twitter.com/rtkrum

Mind mapping webinar (by VizThink, the thriving online community for all things visual), scheduled for July 22 at 11a.m. EST..

(Journal) Artists Using Science & Technology : http://www.ylem.org/Journal/2002Iss02vol22.pdf

(2nd Circuit Affirms) Fair Use With Collage Containing Copyrighted Photographs

(One of few english) Blogrolled here

"Smiling or laughing for no reason at all is one of the best reasons to smile or laugh. Because doing either, turns wheels in the unseen, rearranges players in your life, and summons reason after reason after reason." - The Universe
"The superior man is distressed by the limitations of his ability; he is not distressed by the fact that men do not recognize the ability that he has." - Confucius
"I had been given written directions on how to go, detailed directions, but have you ever noticed that instructions from one who knows the country gets you more lost than you are, even when they are accurate?" - John Steinbeck, Travels with Charlie
"Science is question-driven. And the more interesting the questions, the more compelling the results." - Natalie Jeremijenko (in Seed Video: Revolutionary Minds )
"What we see depends mainly on what we look for."- John Lubbock

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