09 March 2006

Online Course in Knowledge Representation using Conceptual Graphs : http://www.huminf.aau.dk/cg/

Why Cartography? “Because maps are used for a wide range of tasks, their design varies considerably... the process of map-making involves the judicial selection of pertinent information.” -Colleen Bushell, Design Requirements for Hypermedia. Via http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?251

25 companies, in five Next Net categories, whose approaches help illuminate where the Web is headed and where the opportunities lie : http://money.cnn.com/2006/02/23/smbusiness/business2_nextnet_intro/index.htm

At least 3 of my maps / images (3/4 down) : http://madiverdun.95mb.com/imaginari/clerics.htm linking back here.

Martin (?) checking : http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=1-900-870-6235.&btnG=Google%20Search&meta=

"…a pictorial approach to philosophy… " - Etienne Gilson (http://www.stefanarteni.net/writings/Painting_Image_Likeness/Painting_Image_Likeness.html)
"The nothing has no middle, and its limits are the nothing." - Leonardo da Vinci
"One should dissociate representation and resemblance." - Mikel Dufrenne
"The artist is only a mediator between inspiration and matter. Matter has a life of its own." - Raoul Dufy
"All is way (Tao)." - Martin Heidegger

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