09 February 2006

Feedmarker : Viewing Everyone's sources in the tag 'map' : http://www.feedmarker.com/tags/map a free, Web based RSS/ATOM aggregator and bookmarks manager.

(Not Google but) Tiles : http://www.zoomin.co.nz/ using a modified version of Ka-Map running on Mapserver to draw the maps.

ImaNote - (Image and Map Annotation Notebook) is a web-based multi-user tool that allows you to display a collection of high-resolution images online and add annotations and links in to them : http://imanote.uiah.fi/screen-shots/ You simply mark an area on an image (e.g. a map) and write an annotation related to the point and add a link to the annotation. Via http://imanote.uiah.fi/about/

Visualization of DataSpaces : http://fabdp.fh-potsdam.de/infoviz/repository.html

Top 10 Unsolved Information Visualization Problems : http://www.computer.org/portal/cms_docs_cga/cga/content/Promo/promo2.pdf article by Chaomei Chen . Via http://www.fran.it/blog/

TeamSportsBars.com : http://www.teamsportsbars.com/ developed using the platform ("...a good idea but a very labor intensive data entry project therefore I took the idea a step further blending Web 2.0 features thus empowering the sites visitors tohelp by contributing team sports bars that they know of in their local area"). In developing with Ning, I must admit my knowledge of PHP was essential since the templates that are given to you with a basic roll-out consist of PHP code so I am looking forward to the improvements that Michael Arrington recently reported were in the project pipeline for Ning. When I ran into questions or Ning issues, , Ning Developer Advocate was a huge help with sorting them out. Via http://www.somewhatfrank.com/2006/02/teamsportsbarsc.html

City Maps in Editable Adobe Illustrator Vector Format Layered : http://www.mapresources.com/citymaps.asp

Maps: The Printing Press and a Changing World : http://communication.ucsd.edu/bjones/Books/maps.html

Artistic approaches to cartography : http://chinabone.lth.bclub.org.uk/~saul/docs/texts/crossing_the_line.txt

Partisan perspectives : http://masada2000.org/index.html 'There's No More "Middle" in the Middle East' (?)

Heartfield's Art : http://www.towson.edu/heartfield/art/5.html including The Gallery , The Dada Movement , and Heartfield's Successors . Learn http://www.towson.edu/heartfield/lessons/12.html .

(Online) Flatland : http://www.eldritchpress.org/eaa/FL.HTM

SYMBOL Characters and Glyphs : http://www.w3.org/Math/characters/html/symbol.html chart.
...discussing the GreatMap...
Map Meeting (animated gif) http://www.1-900-870-6235.com/eLearning/GreatIdeas/MeetingMapAni2.htm ----->

"The world of ideas which it [mathematics] discloses or illuminates, the contemplation of divine beauty and order which it induces, the harmonious connexion of its parts, the infinite hierarchy and absolute evidence of the truths with which it is concerned, these, and such like, are the surest grounds of the title of mathematics to human regard, and would remain unimpeached and unimpaired were the plan of the universe unrolled like a map at our feet, and the mind of man qualified to take in the whole scheme of creation at a glance." - J.J. Sylvester (1814-1897) from Presidential Address to British Association, 1869.

"Art is the path of the creator to his work." - Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) American transc
endentalist philosopher, essayist & lecturer
"There is a time for departure even when there's no certain place to go." - Tennessee Williams
"If you want to sing out, sing out, and if you want to be free, be free, 'cause there's a million ways to be, you know that there are..." - Cat Stevens (song lyric)
"The hardest part about doing nothing is knowing when to quit. " - ?
"There can be no words without images." - Aristotle
"Those who understand this detach themselves from all that exists and stop imagining or seeking anything. The sutras say, "To seek is to suffer. To seek nothing is bliss." When you seek nothing, you're on the Path." - Bodhidharma (c. 440 AD-528 AD) Indian Zen Buddhist monk who brought Zen from India to China (c. 520 AD)

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