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  • an earthgrown network of mind if we move toward and become what we desire and think about, it would be good to think about cities that resemble and function as organic systems. after all, in order to continue from generation to generation, they must behave this way. i'm sure there are some people who feel threatened by an environmental political dictatorship but, in fact, the natural world has always been the true dictator and those who are out of touch with the organic laws eventually lose. imo, there are no utopias that will work i think that avoiding attachment and the natural tendency to desire and bond leads to stagnation. there is no need to fear the inevitable suffering that results from becoming what we desire. our desires are aspects of the world's desires and she will naturally eliminate that which doesn't act symbiotically. i view entelechy as basis for organic morality a sci-fi view of a city in the future History Channel City Of The Future: Los Angeles 2106 taichitsao Qigong: Eight Piece Brocades Chi Kung
  • Easy web mapping with Web Map Layers.mp4 Web Map Layers. Web Map Layers is an off-the-shelf but extensible web mapping product designed for map viewing and interrogation. The product is has been designed for users without direct experience of GIS, such as members of the public, and the vast majority of office workers who interact with spatial data but lay no claim to be GIS specialists. Web Map Layers manages spatial data as individual map layers, each of which is served as an Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc. © (OGC) Web Map Service (WMS). The user interface is entirely web-browser-based and built on the OpenLayers JavaScript library. This gives the application the familiar look and feel that everyone has come to expect of web mapping: notably zooming and panning by clicking and dragging -- so-called 'slippy' maps. Unlike some hosted products, Web Map Layers divorces the application software from dependency on any particular map data supplier or product.
  • Tutorial: WMS Feeds in CadCorp A tutorial on using Getmapping's WMS within Cadcorp software.