03 October 2008

(From Armchair Archaeology to Pseudo-Science) What Can’t Google Earth Do?

Mental Maps in Second Life

Chromium Developer Documentation: User Experience (behind Chromium's user interface design)

The Computer Artist And Scientist

What is a Print?

Nuit Blanche Toronto 2008

(Flickr) Group Visual thinking school

Optical Illusions

(Definition) presence [prez-uhns] –noun 1. the state or fact of being present, as with others or in a place; 2. attendance or company; 3. immediate vicinity, proximity; 4. the military or economic power of a country as reflected abroad by the stationing of its troops, sale of its goods; 5. chiefly British, the immediate personal vicinity of a great personage giving audience or reception; 6. the ability to project a sense of ease, poise, or self-assurance; 7. personal appearance or bearing; 8. a person of noteworthy or compelling personality; 9. a divine or supernatural spirit felt to be present.

($75 trillion) megahorror debts chilling America

"With an apple I will astonish Paris. - Paul Cezanne
“You can change the side of the road that you walk down every day. Even if the road is the same, you can still see new things. Isn't that enough to live for?” – Yuichi Kannami (in The Sky Crawlers)
"Make some corner of the world distinctively yours." - Chinese Saying
"Never use a long word when a diminutive one will do." - Never-Say-Neverisms
"MAKIA - Energy Flows Where Attention Goes" - Via

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