15 October 2008

(Rendering various texts with) Language Visualizer v2 (aka ‘Volumetric Redundancies’): program that reads a source text and looks for words that are used repeatedly; the more the word is used, the larger its cube gets.

(Flash) Golden Rectangle Zoom

(Archaeological) drawing conventions

Middle East Maps

Mind-mapper Technologist : http://eric-blue.com/about/

Bloggers with an interest in maps.

(Book) Innovation And Visualization (by Amy Ione)

Map Cards

Reference here

(Definition) di·at´· ro·pe n. [dia + tropos] One who exhibits the urge to head through to the next opportunity

"Anyone can look for history in a museum. The creative explorer looks for history in a hardware store." - Robert Wieder
"The poster artist is like a telephone operator; he does not draft messages, he dispatches them. No one asks him what he thinks; all he is asked to do is to communicate clearly, powerfully and precisely." - A.M. Cassandre Via
"When I am a stranger in a strange land, without any maps, I want to be able to call spontaneously on higher guidance, be aligned with true north, follow the signs strewn through the universe, and sense my own way Home." - Via
"Why did they build the ruins so close to the road?" - Real Questions (From Real Tourists)
"Practice random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty." - Anne Herbert

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