28 February 2006

HOW TO Embedded Google Maps : http://www.paulstamatiou.com/2005/12/04/how-to-embedded-google-maps/ (& 26 comments).

Maps Relating to September 11, 2001 and Later Events : http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/wtc.html Via : http://www.uiowa.edu/~commstud/resources/visualsites.html

ProjectMap : http://www.designastronaut.dk/product_innovation/ucd_project.html Interactive: http://www.doggerland.dk/kim/ucd1/ After? : http://www.1-900-870-6235.com/GreatMapProject.htm ---------->

The Future of Mapping and Local Search : http://conferences.oreillynet.com/where2006/ (Conference)

Pre-attentive processes (http://www.masternewmedia.org/news/2006/02/18/how_to_provide_instant_focus.htm) are basically independent of the number of distractors placed. It doesn't matter how many of them are present, the time to identify the target is constant and typically below 1/4 of a second... On the contrary, if you get larger times when more distractors are added, the phenomenon is not pre-attentively processed (According to Colin Ware in his book Information Visualization: Perception for Design ).

Spacelike tessellations of tetrahedrons : http://www.pimeson.com/

InfoViz Research summary : http://melody.syr.edu/pzhang/publications/index.cgi#biv Sample thumbshot images at http://vlib.eitan.ac.il/infoviz/index.html?page=Links

Spelling with Flickr : http://metaatem.net/words/greatmap

DREAMING LIKE AN EGYPTIAN : http://www.mossdreams.com/egyptian.htm

Create mathematically correct aesthetic drip paintings online : http://lo-y.domainepublic.net/paintbynumbers/ (by choosing some creative or random numerical values.)

Resources : http://www.peaceposters.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=pages.resources

"Some people like to make a little garden out of life and walk down a path." - Jean Anouilh
"Thinking about something all the time, isn't quite the same as visualizing just 5 minutes a day." - TU
"Meandering leads to perfection." - Lao Tzu (http://www.egreenway.com/taichichuan/walking.htm )
"Give me a lever long enough and a place to stand, and I can move the world." - Archimedes, 287-212 BC

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