Monthly Archives: November 2006

Better Mapping

http://www.cartography.org.uk/Pages/Latest/Better.html Go if you can – it’s free! But if you missed it, a lot of what was covered has been added to the openstreetmap wiki.

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The Map Designers

Held in Glasgow this last Friday 17th November, The Map Designers onference, organised by the British Cartographic Society brought together cartographic designers, and designers from the world of media and GIS, to discuss the present and future of maps and … Continue reading

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Game-on!

Game-on at the Science Museum claims to “Explore the history, technology and culture of computer games”. It has a really beautifully illustrated time-line snaking along one of the walls by Jon Burgerman but I didn’t notice ANYONE take any notice … Continue reading

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Psychonauts

I’m so happy to find another game worth loving……I know I’m probably at the back of a long cue of people raving about Psychonauts, but I was truly surprised at how quickly I became engaged not only in the game-play … Continue reading

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