14 November 2008

(Google? search) "Does animation help users build mental maps of spatial information" asked by Microsoft researchers

Central Park Running Map “Central Park was designed for refuge, discovery and communing with society. Not for running. Yet 150 years later, its 843 acres are a paradise for runners. Via

The Historical Cartography Reading Group has recently been formed for Research in the Humanities

(Video) Making information find us Via : http://www.anecdote.com.au/archives/knowledge/

Who Owns Your Comments?

Scientific quotations

Artist Sees Scientific Visualization as Precursor to New Digital Art Forms

The Fringe Benefits of Failure (and the Importance of Imagination)

(Definition) 'Edgelings' - people who gravitate towards the edges (term coined by Stowe Boyd) Via

The pineal gland is unique in that it sits alone in the brain whose other parts are paired.

"If you'd take your head home and boil it for a turnip it might be useful. I can't say. But it might." - G. K. Chesterton, The Man Who was Thursday (1908)
"The way is not in the sky. The way is in the heart." - Dhammapada
"(So, you'll never publish the ideas that you've developed on...?) Probably not. I may leave them somewhere... You know, like Leonardo da Vinci, write it in code backward in the mirror... in some kind of cipher..." - Robert Rosen, theoretical biologist
"Randomness gets you everywhere in the world." - ?
"A theory can be proved by experiment; but no path leads from experiment to the birth of a theory."- Albert Einstein

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