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An Atlas of Cyberspaces

An Atlas of Cyberspaces
This is an atlas of maps and graphic representations of the geographies of the new electronic territories of the Internet, the World-Wide Web and other emerging Cyberspaces. These maps of Cyberspaces - cybermaps - help us visualise and comprehend the new digital landscapes beyond our computer screen, in the wires of the global communications networks and vast online information resources. The cybermaps, like maps of the real-world, help us navigate the new information landscapes, as well being objects of aesthetic interest. Some of the maps you will see in the Atlas of Cyberspaces will appear familiar, using the cartographic conventions of real-world maps, however, many of the maps are much more abstract representations of electronic spaces, using new metrics and grids. For more information on the geographies of the Internet, the Web and Cyberspaces, check out The Geography of Cyberspace Directory. (© Copyright - Martin Dodge, 2007.

NewsMaps - Mappa.Mundi Magazine - Map of the Month NewsMaps: Topographic Mapping of Information NewsMaps are one of best examples of information mapping available on the Web today. They are also among the most map-like of information maps, borrowing literally and liberally from the cartographer's toolbox. Developing graphical methods to represent the three-dimensional form of terrain on flat paper maps has long been a challenge in cartography [3]. The spatial properties of location and elevation in the maps are used to encode key characteristics of the form and structure of the information space in a single visual snapshot. To produce the daily NewsMaps maps the ThemeScape system applies sophisticated and proprietary lexical algorithms to analyze and in some senses 'understand' the content of text documents and the relations between them to distil the key topics and form the map. NewsMaps are delivered over the Web in a fully interactive viewer, which allows you to explore the map on your desktop.

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Map Artists Love this. Sent from Hi-d this afternoonMap Artists Anagrammes de Métro Iván Skvarca m'a signalé un site Web proposant des cartes de métro dans lesquelles les noms de stations ont été remplacés par des anagrammes. S'étonnant que cela n'ait pas encore été effectué pour le métro parisien, il m'a suggéré de m'y lancer. En fait, Michel Clavel avait déjà anagrammatisé plusieurs portes de Paris dans son livre Paris en jeux paru fin 2005, et il m'a aussi informé que l'oulipienne Michelle Grangaud a publié en 1990 un recueil de poèmes anagrammatiques sur les stations du métro parisien. En 1999, elle a même présenté cinq de ses anagrammes comme s'il s'agissait d'un fragment de plan, et Alain Chevrier m'a appris que la RATP l'a affiché quelque temps dans le métro. Mais comme Nicolas Graner m'a aimablement (ou sadiquement !) envoyé la liste des ~300 noms de stations, je n'ai pas résisté au masochisme de les anagrammatiser moi-même. Si les anagrammes vous amusent, il est probable que les pangrammes vous intéresseront aussi. Retour à mes exercices oulipiens de début 2006

Telnet BBS Guide - How To Access Telnet BBS Systems If you are new to the process of Telnet and have never accessed a Telnet BBS system before, the following is a mini-tutiorial of how the Telnet process works and how to use a Telnet client. Click here to see a list of Telnet client software Click here to see the Telnet BBS FAQ. How do I access BBS systems on the Internet? Bulletin Board Systems (BBS) have been around long before the Internet. But when BBSes moved to Telnet, this changed. However, there are several FREE third-party Telnet applications you can use to access these systems. Windows XP based Systems If you run Windows XP, Telnet is a built-in application that in most cases is already turned on and ready to go. Command Line Telnet bbsaddresshere (example: telnet bbs.dmine.net)orTelnet (ip address here) (example: telnet 127.0.0.1)There are some BBS systems that do not use the default port (port 23). Accessing Telnet BBSes Via Your Web Browser 1. You can now use the Command Line commands as described above. Mac OS X

Information Esthetics | Les séminaires Mitic - semitics jimdo page! Tentative de cartographie des forums francophones les plus actifs Je vous présente ma première tentative de cartographie des forums francophones les plus actifs, conçue pour aider les internautes à (re)découvrir ce petit monde. Cliquez sur les images pour télécharger les PDF en haute définition. PDF sur lesquels vous pourrez zoomer et vous promener comme bon vous semble. Pour constituer cette carte, des milliers de forums francophones visités sur une période de 7 mois et près de 2000 mesurés avec au minimum 7 relevés pour chacun. Je pense avoir pris toutes les précautions possibles et imaginables pour obtenir des chiffres qui soient le plus fiables possibles. La cartographie des forums francophones les plus actifs est publiée en partenariat avec l’agence Le Public Système .m, qui m'a laissé une totale liberté d’action dans mon travail et ma démarche.

Book Chapter Visualization has proven to be an effective strategy for supporting users in coping with complexity in knowledge- and information-rich scenarios. Up to now, however, information visualization and knowledge visualization have been distinct research areas, which have been developed independently of each other. This book aims toward bringing both approaches together and looking for synergies, which may be used for fostering learning, instruction, and problem solving. This introductory article seeks to provide a conceptual framework and a preview of the contributions of this volume. The most important concepts referred to in this book are defined and a conceptual rationale is provided as to why visualization may be effective in fostering, processing and managing knowledge and information.

12 Cool Visualizations to Explore Books | FlowingData There's reading a book, and then there's looking at, exploring, and experiencing a book. That's what these 12 book visualizations are for. Cover Pop Thousands of books are displayed as one giant pile, arranged horizontally by time, and vertically by color of the cover. Amaztype Put in a search query, and get the results arranged in a way that spells out your query. Four Stories Ben Rubin's work at the Minneapolis Public Library. oSkope Actually five different views for books on Amazon - grid, stack, pile, list, and graph. Text Similarities Taking a look at the similarities between works of text. Touch Graph Amazon Browser Books arranged in network graph format. TextArc An oldie, but a goodie. Amaznode Amaznode is similar to the previously mentioned Touch Graph, putting search results and related book in network graph form. Literature Map This one focuses on the authors and uses some kind of multidimensional scaling to place similar authors closer to each other.

Bed maps We leave maps behind in our wake. An unmade bed is a sort of map, a map of the night, where we spend about a third of our day. I'm not sure what it says, whether the bed is more territory than map, but a photograph of the bed is more map than territory: it is flat and rectilinear and it suggests topography, geography, movement. For all the stillness of sleep, sleep shakes up the landscape. A bed is a place, one of the more important (if judged by time spent in it) of our lives. As an experiment of sorts I'm taking photographs of our bed before it's made in the morning.

Visualizations | Rock The Boat Marketing “And, the audience sprang to its feet and cheered…” If you’re in the online content business, such physical signs of positive reinforcement are hard to come by. But, know that what you do is appreciated and often celebrated. The following list contains 22 pieces of content. As in previous Rock The Boat Marketing annual content highlights (last year’s), this is an idiosyncratic compilation across multiple digital marketing subject domains. Want to play along next year? 1. The results that Google presents to you the searcher are based on how it “understands” the words you type into the search engine. This excellent Vertical Measures graphic from April details what Google has in place to read your mind, and how that's evolving. 2. Part of being social is taking part in the broader community. No less than PIMCO’s Bill Gross acknowledged that investment and economic insight takes a village—and people showed a lot of interest in who influences this influential money manager. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

30 Artistic and Creative Résumés In these tough economic times, many designers find themselves applying for jobs and freelance gigs on a regular basis. So, how can we stand out from the rest and grab the attention of a design agency when they’re usually bombarded with hundreds of applications? The best way to do this is in the design of your resume. Assuming that you have the skills that they’re looking for, a striking and visually appealing resume will go a long way at getting you the creative job that you want. In the worst case scenario, it will at least buy you a few seconds by catching the eye of a recruiter and may become the difference between getting hired or not. In this article, we’ll take a look at 30 creative resumes that can inspire you to think outside the box when designing your own resume. This post is sponsored by Sensational Jobs, the job board for designers. Which ones were your favorites?

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