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Haberley Mead
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Mapping in Minute Precision by Haberley Mead

March 12th, 2008 7:00 PM

INSTRUCTIONS: Make a record of every location you find yourself on an hourly basis for three days (i.e., record where you are at 8:01, 9:01, 10:01... etc). Create a map that contains only these data (example).

46!

It's one of my favuorite numbers, and therefore the minute I used for my map. I have got some strange comments from my friends about my somewhat obsessive tracking of this Task - my phone has gone off at 46 minutes past the hour, every hour, for the past three days and no matter where I am I have got my notepad out and marked where I was at the time. My personal favourite of these was on the morning of the first day, where my phone went off halfway across a zebra crossing...

The following map was made purely from the list of where I was on the hours, and my personal memory of where the points lie in relation to each other. The thicker the line between the points, the larger the road/path you have to walk to get between them. I haven't written on all of the points what they are, but with the assistance of the times and the Google Earth map, you should be able to work out what goes where. If I improve the map, I'll post an updated one. It's all drawn by hand, naturally (coloured and touched up in Photoshop), so I'm hoping I don't mess it up by writing too much on it, y'see.

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Minute Map - 46.jpg
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posted by Tricia Tanaka on March 12th, 2008 7:30 PM

Nicely drawn map!

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posted by Tøm on March 14th, 2008 2:34 AM

Hooray for the chalkboard!