06 March 2009

Online mindmap resource for medical students and doctors.

Explaining in Words & Pictures...

Five ways to map the world

World Conference & Trade Show (Training and Development Organizations) : http://www.cstd.ca/conference/iftdo2009.html October 19-23rd, Toronto Via

Paradox of the Inclusive Map: Let us imagine that a portion of the soil of England has been levelled off perfectly and that on it a cartographer traces a map of England. The job is perfect; there is no detail of the soil of England, no matter how minute, that is not registered on the map; everything has there its correspondence. This map, in such a case, should contain a map of the map, which should contain a map of the map of the map, and so on to infinity.' (Posed by Josiah Royce, in The World and the Individual, 1899)

Right Brain vs Left Brain (Master of Fine Arts trumps M.B.A. in Creative Businesses)

(Banff) 2009-10 Visual Arts Programs : Call for Applications

Blocklisted add-ons that should no longer be used with Mozilla products


Edward Burtynsky: TED Prize wish

"The only miracles that can't reach you are the ones you wait around for." - TU
"Communication is too often taken for granted when it should be taken to pieces." - J. Fiske
"Innovative ideas, conceptual breakthroughs, and revolutionary plans come about when information is viewed a new way." - Henry Woodbury, Principal User Experience Consultant, Dynamic Diagrams, January 2009 Via
"The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery." - Francis Bacon
"The next best knowing isn't something, it's knowing where to find things." - R.B.Wild

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