Monthly Archives: November 2009

In medias res

I’ve missed a lot of momentous events that might have been good starting points for a blog: the beginning of grad school, the start of reading for my comprehensive exam, etc.  We’re also halfway through this amazing art residency at the Banff Centre, a themed program led by Joseph del Pesco called Polymath Breakthrough.  It […]

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Just when I was feeling like OpenStreetMap was old hat, I stopped by the featured images page today and saw: the TIGER Edited Map, a tourist map of the Gaza Strip, Camp Delta at Guantánamo Bay, and a map showing individual trees in a park in Spain. Interesting enough?

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