13 August 2009

(Definition) "Stack-diagram" : rather than trying to deal with surrounding rooms / planes as they exist in physical reality, attempts to manage the planes by picturing representations of the planes lined up separately in a chart-like fashion.

Classical problem of understanding the meaning of dimensions

The place where you ask questions about everyday science

(Umberto Eco essay) in How to Travel with a Salmon named "On the Impossibility of Drawing a Map of the Empire on a Scale of 1 to 1."

Fonts, letters and symbols

Marketplace for creative services (post your project, watch the world submit ideas and choose the one you like)

The Architecture of Fun

Comparing Hindu philosophy and science to Western Science.

Visual inspiration : http://yayeveryday.com/art

Included here (#102)

"When you live in the shadow of insanity, the appearance of another mind that thinks and talks as yours does is something close to a blessed event." - Robert Pirsig ('Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance')
"If we all did things that we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves." - Thomas Edison
"There cannot be an edge or any type of end to the Universe. Any wall will always have something on the other side." - Via
"He was caught in a no win situation ,and he chose the wrong option." - The Phillips report
"No man will work for your interests unless they are his." - David Seabury (American psychologist, 1885-1960)

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