02 June 2004

Flash map icons http://www.rivm.nl/vtv/data/atlas/FTEspec/internisten.htm Moving the mouse over the symbol, it changes colour and the name of the hospital organisation is displayed along with the number of staff member in a particular department.
By the way, if you think I have given up on SVG, you're wrong. Learning Flash is a great way to investigate and explore the use of interaction and animation in cartography.

Live XML feed enables you to maximize your earning potential by providing a simple solution to adding real-time links... http://webservice.allposters.com/
Differently from other pirates, Dampier's main reason for joining the profession was not a desire to get wealth, but simple curiosity. “This long overdue biography of William Dampier ( http://www.apirateofexquisitemind.com/ wonderfully brings to life one of the most important explorers of the seventeenth century —a swashbuckling naturalist whose influence on navigation, science, and literature was incredibly far-reaching and profound.” —Nathaniel Philbrick, author of In the Heart of the Sea and Sea of Glory

"The map was the chief part of my plot....It is one thing to draw a map at random, set a scale in one corner of it at a venture, and write up a story to the measurements. It is quite another to have to examine a whole book, make an inventory of all the allusions contained in it, and with a pair of compasses, painfully design a map to suit the data. I did it; and the map was drawn again in my father's office, with embellishments of blowing whales and sailing ships, and my father himself brought into service a knack he had of various writing, and elaborately FORGED the signature of Captain Flint, and the sailing directions of Billy Bones. But somehow it was never TREASURE ISLAND to me". - 'TREASURE ISLAND' by Robert Louis Stevenson

"Common sense and a sense of humor are the same thing, moving at different speeds. A sense of humor is just common sense, dancing." - William James

I've learned that there is a fine line between genius and insanity. I've learned that I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy it.

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