15 November 2004

for presentation
Originally uploaded by rwild.

Making Maps Easy to Read : http://richardphillips.org.uk/maps/index.htm research on cartographic communication is divided into six sections -
Relief: Depicting a Surface on a MapMap Typography Eye Movements & Maps Other Map Symbols Overview Notes

Info-graphic combining comic and crossword puzzle metaphors ("These stories traverse and intersect across the map horizontally, vertically and diagonally in a formation reminiscent of the underground network.") : http://huntingdesign.com/arrhenius/pages/IMG_0204.html by Lars Arrhenius http://tube.tfl.gov.uk/content/platformforart/artists/Arrhenius.asp# and more examples at http://www.feigencontemporary.com/index.php?mode=exhib_current&object_id=87&project_id=105

I am your Doctor, sorry to inform you that you have a brain problem. Your brain is in 2 parts... Left and right. The left part has nothing right in it, and the right has nothing left in it. "

Interesting paper (including fractal views on p95) http://dlist.sir.arizona.edu/archive/00000456/01/yang.pdf

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