Mapping the captive globe
March 16, 2003 8:19 AM   Subscribe

Mapping the captive globe (.pdf heavy) (via Metamute)
posted by none (4 comments total)

 
I'm sure I'd find this fascinating ... if I read French. Sorry, but my multicultural education is limited to only 3 lanquages. Could you help me out by pointing to what I'm supposed to understand or get to here?
posted by Wulfgar! at 12:22 PM on March 16, 2003


If one of those 3 languages in English, then you should definitely be able to read some of the material present.
posted by catfood at 12:55 PM on March 16, 2003


The point that WulfGarl is making (I think...) is that there is no point to this post. At least, that's my point. What are we supposed to gain from visiting this site? What point is the poster making by drawing our attention to it.

Is it that we live in a polyglot world? Is it that sometimes life is confusing? Are they "fer it or agin' it?" Or is it just left to the individual viewer to plow through the content and try to make a salient point about it?

What i found more interesting was the link to Metamute, but if they made a good point there, is there a need to repost it here?
posted by jpburns at 2:04 PM on March 16, 2003


I agree there's no point, but there is English. I never defended the quality of the link, just the language.
posted by catfood at 4:00 PM on March 16, 2003


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