07 November 2005

SVG Viewer used (lower down) on this page : http://wiki.litux.org/GoogleMaps

Oblique / 3 D (Flash) Map : http://www.mapscape.net/map.cfm with innovative "Meet Me Here" functionality : http://www.mapscape.net/meet/ , also has a print-able version : http://www.mapscape.net/shopping/detail.cfm?highlight=60

GoogleMapsHacking : http://dunck.us/collab/GoogleMapsHacking (original content was taken with permission from Follower's related page on sourceforge).

Visual Search Mapping : http://futurefeeder.com/index.php/archives/2005/06/28/liveplasma-visual-search-mapping/ using http://www.liveplasma.com/

State of Ajax : ".. on the topic of Ajax over the last few months. This includes my own post ... and runs the gamut from Rasmus' been-there-done-that 30 second Ajax tutorial to Alex Bosworth's list of Ajax Mistakes to the uber-repository of Ajax knowedge, Ajax Matters." From http://hinchcliffe.org/archive/2005/08/18/1675.aspx

Use Excel Template to Plot Points on a (Yahoo) Map : http://www.researchbuzz.org/2005/10/use_excel_template_to_plot_poi.shtml Download available at http://www.well.com/user/jeffreyp/mapmaker/

Central Park Map : http://www.centralpark.com/page_locate.php?pid=17 (Flash)

Check out this place on VirtualEarth: http://viavirtualearth.com/loblog/default.aspx?blog=http://spaces.msn.com/members/HiTechHobo/&placename=eMeeting%20with%20some%20cool%20dudes%20from%20Poly9&lat=47.64472079229602&lon=-122.14114440435055&z=17&ms=h Virtual Earth Hacks : http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=112431 The long awaited Poly9 clustering API is now up at http://www.poly9.com/grape.

Portal-style resource : http://www.edmontonmap.com/

“Escherization” problem: given a closed figure in the plane, find a new closed figure that is similar to the original and tiles the plane : http://grail.cs.washington.edu/pub/papers/kaplan_siggraph2000.pdf

"Right before Your Eyes: Visual Recognition Begins with Categorization" : http://www.psychologicalscience.org/media/releases/2005/pr050211.cfm Full research article at http://www.psychologicalscience.org/pdf/ps/visual_recognition.pdf

See who is blogging about mapping today : http://blogsearch.google.com/blogsearch?hl=en&filter=0&q=map

Someone working at : Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View added this blog to their http://www.newsgator.com/ngs/subscriber/WebEd2.aspx?fid=338263 11/4/2005 1:42:40 PM. Say "hi" sometime.

One of my maps was "stumbled upon" on the weekend : http://www.stumbleupon.com/refer.html

Points of interest: Bill's house : http://www.itmweb.com/f101601.htm and Mike's http://www.itmweb.com/f031603.htm

"Who can map out the various forces at play in one soul? Man is a great depth, O Lord. The hairs of his head are easier by far to count than his feeling, the movements of his heart." - St. Augustine

"Maps are among our best information systems. They require little documentation and are commonly used and understood. " - Stephen Paling (2000 presentation to an American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) SIG/CR discussion group entitled, 'Information Cartography: A Proposed Model for Access to Heterogeneous End-User Databases').

Looking into "tagging" ; to contribute to this page : http://www.technorati.com/tag/map just post to your blog and include this code () : Where Tagging Works : https://webmail.shawcable.com./attach/text/html?sid=bAc2aGR6AK8&mbox=INBOX&charset=escaped_unicode&uid=11534&number=2&process=js&filename=text/html
"Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there." - Will Rogers


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