24 April 2009

Mapping Stories: Why Do Geographers Make Maps? (Chris and Martin's most recent RGS Annual Conference session)


Back Scratching Map Via

No Two Easy Pieces, The iconographic impossibility of separate States for Israel and Palestine.

Everyone is Twittering (But Is Anyone Listening?)

The radical potentional of just wandering.

Art on glass


(Video trailer) 1909, The Year of the Poles

(Definition) 'Holotomial analysis' is a method for ordering complexity and for visualizing structural relations within intricate systems.

"I was born not knowing and have had only a little time to change that here and there." -
Richard Feynman (1918 - 1988), Letter to Armando Garcia J, December 11, 1985
"There’s never any talent without a stain of madness" - Jean Louis Trintignant
"As long as we have hope, we have direction, the energy to move, and the map to move by." - Hong Kong Proverb
"Highly educated artists may make art that is too sophisticated or esoteric for people to buy." - Robert Genn
"We are all giants, raised by pygmies, who have learned to walk with a perpetual mental crouch." - Robert Anton Wilson

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