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March 14, 2013


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My office has a conference room named Here. I guess they thought it'd be funny to have people say, "We're meeting in Here!" It's annoying.

I am puzzled by "Here" for a navigation tool. Is not the objective to get "There"? (Perhaps this is for those who don't know where they are in the first place.)

My reactions: (1) Anyone ever heard of search engine optimization? (2) There's got to be some good "Who's on first?" jokes to mine here. With Here, I mean. (3) And let's not forget Gertrude Stein.

"Here. Hare. Here." —Withnail & I, a must-watch if for no other reason than the scene in which flowers are proclaimed to be "prostitutes of the bees"

What does signify an ethos in cartography? I've always wondered.

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