My last post was a system map, a tool I first wrote about last October. The ability to make such maps is something I have worked to achieve over the course of many years, and I find it to be an invaluable tool.
I am finding it difficult to write in the ways I have become used to here. I do not seem to have a sense of confidence in understanding much about how I use dissociation and how that may be related to others' experiences.
While Google Maps offers its own editing tools for drawing and annotating, they’re not particularly easy to use and the printing options are limited. Stepping in to solve this problem with its own, free solution is FIND, which this ... Read Post
Map APIs took off in 2005, and during the ensuing years the whole notion of maps has changed. Where once they were slick add-ons, map functionality is now a necessary -- and expected -- tool. In this piece, Adam DuVander looks at th... Read Post