18 April 2006

"Snap Together Visualization: Component-Based, User-Constructed, Multiple-View Visualization" from Videos In the CHI Video Retrospective Special Collection : http://www.open-video.org/featured_video.php?type=Special&cid=8

Dymaxion Projection Animation : http://www.westnet.com/~crywalt/unfold.html as 320x240 QuickTime or as a 400k 160x120 Java animation.

How Google perceives user behaviours : http://www.searchengineguide.com/hedger/007298.html and how that perception affects search engine placements.

Map of the World Map of the World Buy this Art Print at AllPosters.com

Seven Ways of Design Thinking : http://www.idesignthinking.com/02waythink/04waythink.html IDeSiGN

RealPix : http://www.realnetworks.com/resources/samples/realpix.html lets you create streaming slideshows from still images in GIF, JPEG, and PNG formats.

MathArt : http://members.tripod.com/vismath/mart.htm

Someone in Asia revisiting? bookmarked : http://www.1-900-870-6235.com/FibonacciZoom/ZoomTest/3LevelZoom4.htm

Anthropomorphic maps are generated by configuring the body of a god or goddess over the geographic area to be mapped. The name for each part of that body becomes the name for the area or feature under that
part. The result is a scale 1:1 map-without-paper on which each place name automatically indicates its approximate location and direction with regard to every other place name on the same map.
(1) The navel is the center of the body, the center of the map, and usually the center of the map's language community.
(2) Place names (toponyms) may be reversed, metathesized, misspelled or euphemized for various reasons

"Although I am absolutely without training in the exact sciences, I often seem to have more in common with mathematicians than with my fellow artists." - M.C. Escher, quoted in E Maor, To infinity and beyond (Princeton 1991).
"If at first you do succeed - try to hide your astonishment." - Harry F. Banks
"The easiest way to refold a road map is differently." - Old saw

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