Monday, July 17, 2006


Herein a place to put links to interesting articles that generally have to do with popular digital culture, and may or may not merit an entire posting themselves.

Exploratorium's CabSpotting site:
Cabspotting traces San Francisco's taxi cabs as they travel throughout the Bay Area. The patterns traced by each cab create a living and always-changing map of city life. This map hints at economic, social, and cultural trends that are otherwise invisible.
Exploratorium Digital Library is at:
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AssembleMe is an information science blog written by Julius Schorzman that frequently sways off-topic.

Wow check this out -
"Population, population density, and geographic area estimates used in this map are taken from the CIA Factbook 2004, a wonderful public domain source of information."
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Found via BoingBoing (see sidebar links)

The Net Generation Goes to College
"Tech-savvy 'Millennials' have lots of gadgets, like to multitask, and expect to control what, when, and how they learn. Should colleges cater to them?"
From the Chronicle of Higher Education issue dated October 7, 2005


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