[@OKau] Melbourne public transport data
datakid at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 00:59:18 UTC 2015
The Melbourne met tomorrow night will look at it closely and hopefully
come up with something quick to show off.
It is through this shadowy emptiness (of negative space) that we
walk, talk, see, and live; negative space is the impossible cellophane
layer that drapes the known world and is invisible to all but to the
most perceptive minds.
It is possible to learn to see negative space though, in both the
visual and imagined worlds. The first step is developing the ability
to see, and the second is learning — as romantic poet John Keats put
it — to be “capable of being in uncertainties, mysteries, doubts,
without any irritable reaching after fact & reason.”
Seeking Genius in Negative Space, Chris Messina
On 31 March 2015 at 11:57, Charlie ward <charlie.h.ward at gmail.com> wrote:
> thought Id share this. It made my day yesterday. I've been waiting for
> this a long time. Vic government finally publishes public transport
> timetable data in useful format.
> The graphic that Daniel Andrews apparently shared on Reddit is worth
> checking out (link in article) Says it all.
> one small step for open data...
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