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The Book & The Choreography of an Argument

This week’s reading, Hypercities, presented us—along with an in-depth investigation of the scope, boundaries, and limitations of “thick mapping” (the multi-layered structure of digital maps)—with an outline of the relationship between text, performance, and non-linearity that we have been exploring since the beginning of the semester: 259 more words

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Mapping It

Oh, the fishing has been slow to non-existent due to the continued drought conditions here, but I’ve been busy writing, working and otherwise driving down the roadways… 1,125 more words

‘Industry Mapping’

On a visit to the site I observed that they were a variety of businesses within the area, this indicates that they are a diverse range of industries within the area. 43 more words

PBS Election Central

Check out Election Central from PBS with tools, resources & solutions to engage students in the political process.

Source: www.pbseduelectioncentral.com

The first presidential election last night has intensified the already polarized political conversation in the United States.

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xkcd: Map Age Guide

Source: xkcd.com

I was riding my bike during Labor Day weekend and chanced upon a yard sale with an old globe going for $4 (of course I bought it and rode home one-handed). 119 more words

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Starting with Systems! Nuances of Mapping

What is it?

Systems Design (or more officially called Design Project 4) is the penultimate academic project taken in all Industrial Design disciplines on National Institute of Design, India and is of 10 weeks duration. 123 more words

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Contrasts

My experience of the site was one made up of contrasts.  Small elements gave contrasting (though not necessarily conflicting) impressions of the site and surrounding area, whether these were intentional or not by their owners.   14 more words