02 March 2006

From its default setting (Google Maps), zoom in on a map of the United States down to 37.0625 latitude, -95.677068 longitude, a spot that's a muddy brown pixel on Google and a "fallow, weed-filled field" according to a geocaching aficionado who trekked to the location with her GPS receiver.

Radical Cartography resources : http://www.radicalcartography.net/?resources

Citation Map (What's this?) : http://crx.sagepub.com/cgi/citemap?id=spcrx;31/1/82 (the most highly-cited articles directly related).

Knowledge Mapping experts ----->
Via http://vw.indiana.edu/sackler03/ and http://images.google.com/images?q=mapping+knowledge+domains&svnum=10&hl=en&lr=&start=0&sa=N

Make aerial photography look like photos of models through Photoshop : http://www.boingboing.net/2006/02/27/tinselman_uses_fake_.html See http://recedinghairline.co.uk/tutorials/fakemodel/ for a tutorial. Via http://www.mcwetboy.net/maproom/2006/01/olivio_barbieris_model_world.phtml

14 questions tagged with 'map' : http://ask.metafilter.com/tags/map

"It is a great art to saunter." - Henry David Thoreau, 1841
"The contented person enjoys the scenery of a detour." – Author Unknown
"A child on a farm sees a plane fly overhead and dreams of a faraway place. A traveler on the plane sees the farmhouse...and dreams of home." - Carl Burns
"It is not the path which is the difficulty; rather, it is the difficulty which is the path." - Soren Kierkegaard
"Sometimes, I felt like a prisoner with a spoon. I could dig away, doing little bits at a time, hoping I would see the light." - Julianna Baggott

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