No, not those kinds of links!

I’ve copied over this comment from Christo:

So I’ve been thinking about how we may be able to link between projects. One way may be to draw attention to the physical location at which our projects are hosted by posting links of our various projects on a map. While certainly not 100% accurate, it is an interesting visualization of a material aspect of links that is easily taken for granted and takes our conceptualization of place past the internet suffix. I’ve started a map on Google Maps – it is open for collaboration to anyone in the class who is interested in participating. You can find your hosting service’s location using this. I’ve used the link button in the top left hand corner of Google Maps to copy and embed the map on to my web exhibit. Displaying this kind of cross linking may make more sense for some projects (those dealing with maps and transmission) than others.

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