02 February 2006

The Shape of Shakespeare : http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=721083 Visualizing Text. Or from http://csdl2.computer.org/persagen/DLAbsToc.jsp?resourcePath=/dl/proceedings/&toc=comp/proceedings/infovis/1998/9093/00/9093toc.xml&DOI=10.1109/INFVIS.1998.729568
Google Earth KML Tutorial : http://www.keyhole.com/kml/kml_tut.html Via http://typolis.net/sumaato/stories/650/

Mapping a legend : http://www.funnelinc.com/funl_workmac.html Ten Chimneys (wayfinding) http://www.funnelinc.com/funl_tenchims_detail.html infographic to help a tourist find their way.

Maps that are Consistent with YOUR design : http://justin.everett-church.com/ymaps/pirateMaps.html (To zoom the map, grab the spyglass and drag the eyepiece.) Via http://justin.everett-church.com/index.php/2005/11/08/maps-that-are-consistent-with-your-design/

Computer Program Map : http://acg.media.mit.edu/people/fry/dismap/mario-large2.jpg

World Sunlight Map : http://www.opentopia.com/sunlightmaprect.html showing current sunlight and cloud cover.

See chart-form '1.1 A brief history of knowledge ' : http://www.akri.org/papers/es99a.htm

The Effects of Virtual Environments on Recall : http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-04252002-112047/unrestricted/etd.pdf (wayfinding).

Learning technologies timeline : http://www.isrl.uiuc.edu/~chip/projects/timeline/ (history and projections).

Tags Engines Better Than Traditional Search? : http://www.masternewmedia.org/news/2006/01/30/ratings_rankings_and_recommendations_tags.htm

The most popular searches in 2005 on Google : http://www.google.com/press/zeitgeist2005.html (Click on the tabs at the top to see selections).

Search engine with thumbnail preview feature: http://beta.previewseek.com/?vid=l20911521186I1138816974&twin=n&query=great+map for all results.

"locative practices" are the practices of being in and of creating place (locus).
"places" are created by how we act and represent them, and that our lives are in part defined by the places we inhabit and how we inhabit them. (This is all a very simplified statement that I'm sure does no justice to the complexity of some of the philosophical considerations involved.)

Ask Jeeves has launched a brand-new image search service, : http://pictures.ask.com/pictures?q=Great+Map&qsrc=86&o=0 (rather than presenting a list of related topics that are essentially keyword driven, Zoom presents suggestions that are conceptually categorized into three segments: Narrow Your Search, Expand Your Search and Related Names).

Where to See Antique Maps in Washington, DC : http://home.earthlink.net/~docktor/wms-dcexhibits.htm

Where can you find an ocean without water? -- on a map

"How can you get very far, If you don't know Who You Are?
How can you do what you ought, If you don't know What You've Got?
And if you don't know Which To Do Of all the things in front of you,
Then what you'll have when you are through Is just a mess without a clue
Of all the best that can come true
If you know What and Which and Who." -The Tao of Pooh

"A surprising number of innovations fail not because of some fatal technological flaw or because the market isn't ready." - Clayton Christensen and Michael Raynor, in 'The Innovator's Solution'
"How we remember, what we remember, and why we remember form the most personal map of our individuality."- Christina Baldwin Send this E-Quote to a friend!Buy books by Christina Baldwin
"If you want it, all you need to see is that you need it, if you want to be." - Don Paragon (poet, songwriter, performer)
"Don't be afraid to take one large step because you can't cross a chasm in two small leaps." - ?
"Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect." - Mark Twain
"The man of character, sensitive to the meaning of what he is doing, will know how to discover the ethical paths in the maze of possible behavior." - Earl Warren
"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. " - Aristotle
"In thy face I see The map of honour, truth, and loyalty". - William Shakespeare (1564-1616) English poet, the greatest poet ever from King Henry VI, Part II, Act III

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