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Re: An idea going nowhere

Poster: "H L. Falls" <hlf@holmes.acc.Virginia.EDU>

> Poster: "David K. Bodman" <dkbodman@nr.infi.net>
> At 08:50 AM 8/29/96 -0400, you wrote:
> >
> >Poster: Dan Mackison <DanM@skantech.com>
> >
> >While learning how to work with imagemaps I chose to play with maps of
> >our fair kingdom. Although I have learned quite a bit about imagemaps, I
> >am unable to make anything useful for two reasons.
> >1) All my maps are copywritten.
> >2) I have no idea where many groups are or where the border of one group
> >ends and the other begins, especially outside of North Carolina.
> >
> >If someone would care to see what I have done thus far as inspiration to
> >doing more, feel free. I have loaded my work in progress on my lady's
> >page at
> >http://www.geocities.com/Paris/6400/atlantia.htm
> >
> >Thomas MacFinn (mka Dan Mackison)
> >
> Neat Idea.. I'll be checking into it... Perhaps if there were a way to
> select portions (counties or zipcodes) (SCA Corporate uses zipcodes, but I
> think most groups in the kingdom use counties), we could "Build a map" of
> Atlantia...
> I still have to dig out that photo and get it off to you!!
> Daoud
   Enthusiastically second the "Neat Idea"!  With all the artists and
computer jocks we've got here, it should be possible to get a map
of Atlantia drawn up and scanned in (to solve problem one).  Problem
two might require a bit of time with a detailed mundane map and a
copy of the _Acorn_...
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