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This website helps you to generate tree clouds from a text, that is word clouds where the words are arranged on a tree which reflects their semantic proximity inside the text. The first tree cloud appeared on Jean Véronis's blog in December 2007, you can now create your own with this website , or with the TreeCloud software . Create your own tree cloud online! Ce site web vous permet de générer des nuages arborés à partir d'un texte, c'est à dire des nuages de mots disposés autour d'un arbre qui indique leur proximité dans le texte. Le premier nuage arboré est apparu sur le blog de Jean Véronis en décembre 2007, vous pouvez maintenant créer les vôtres avec ce site web , ou avec le logiciel TreeCloud .
Kodu is a visual programming language suitable to teach kids the basic of programming and to train their creativity. In today’s lesson, we will build a simple game that we can use as an introduction to Kodu. The Building Blocks of Kodu The world of Kodu consist of programmable objects where we can attach a behavioral script into each object that we place on the Kodu landscape. Kodu’s programming language is a simple icon based programming user interface where the language are broken down into pages and rules.
The "Gallery" section is new to our website. We hope to build a strong VUE community of users and thinkers. We need your help in creating a stimulating gallery area, showcasing your uses of VUE. Let us know about your maps and stories, and we will post them on this page.
What are subversive cartographies? This issue is addressed a series of presentations organized by Chris Perkins (University of Manchester) and Jörn Seemann (Louisiana State University) for the upcoming 2008 Association of American Geographers meeting (Boston, April 15-19 2008). “To be subversive, is to wish to overthrow, destroy or undermine the principles of established orders. As such subversive cartographies offer alternative representations to established social and political norms. Maps are no longer cast as mirrors of reality, instead they are increasingly conceived as diverse ways of thinking, perceiving and representing space and place which express values, world-views and emotions.