16 March 2006

Mapbuilder : http://communitymapbuilder.org/ is a modern standards-based web mapping client . Via: http://geoservices.cgdi.ca/mapbuilder/ As well as allowing you to access mapping from 3rd parties, you can use MapBuilder to request maps from your own mapping server.

'I love hex maps' : http://mywebpages.comcast.net/thinlines/hexmaps/index.html As do these guys :http://www.bgdf.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=30787

(Fantasy) History Map : http://www.zompist.com/history.htm

Depth Of Field Generator : http://www.richardrosenman.com/dofpro.htm

Visual Thinking Art : http://visualthinkingart.blogspot.com/ ideas, images, discussion and commentary related to visual thinking .

Call for Research Projects : http://www.scansite.org/scan.php?pid=364 to commission a number of projects by artists or scientists that culturally and/or politically interrogate a scientific site or body of ideas (in the UK).

For sale : Atlas/World/Celestial - America - Asia/Australia - Europe - Africa - Medieval Manuscripts - Prints - Books/Atlases

Dada Links : http://www.jough.com/dada/dadalink.shtml

"In Jorge Luis Borges's curious short story The Library of Babel, the narrator describes an endless collection of books stored from floor to ceiling in a labyrinth of countless hexagonal rooms. The pages of the library's books seem to contain random sequences of letters and spaces; occasionally a few intelligible words emerge in the sea of paper and ink. Nevertheless, readers diligently, and exasperatingly, scan the shelves for coherent passages." : http://webdoc.sub.gwdg.de/edoc/aw/d-lib/dlib/march06/cohen/03cohen.html

"Doing what you love is the cornerstone of having abundance in your life." - Wayne Dyer
"Happiness is a way station between too much and too little." - Channing Pollock
"When we’re born, we don’t know where we are. We find ourselves in the locations of shape, form, knowledge, art..." - Tom Conley, Lowell Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures ..."The whole issue of what we are becomes a function of where we are." (http://www.thecrimson.com/article.aspx?ref=511945 )
"I do not doubt but the majesty and beauty of the world are latent in any iota of the world; I do not doubt there is far more in trivialities, insects, vulgar persons, slaves, dwarfs, weeds, rejected refuse than I have supposed." - Walt Whitman

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