Monthly Archives: August 2012

Saturday: It Takes One to Know One (p. 64-70)

I.               Henry Perowne Doesn’t Get Literature It’s pretty obvious that the good doctor’s thoughts on literature are not entirely McEwan’s, otherwise our humble author would be puttering away in a lab somewhere and I wouldn’t be doing this. Emphasis on … Continue reading

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Sydney Trams WIP

Also more for me than anyone else. The line colors will change and some routes may be added, extended, or removed, but this is kinda sorta what it’ll look like. I’m doing stuff this fall, so this will probably be … Continue reading

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To-Do List: Map Edition

More for me than anyone else. Create map for hypothetical Sydney tram network Update current & future CityRail maps Figure out how to future-proof CityRail map for Dulwich Hill tram extension. Give ’em both corners that don’t completely suck. Create … Continue reading

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More Stuff

I made this thing today, because the new CityRail map requires a new CityRail iconography. Looks fine, but I want to know a good way to show that Airport/East Hills (“AE”) service @ Redfern & Sydenham is peak only without … Continue reading

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Hey Look

I futzed with the new thing. Now it isn’t a fantasy map anymore. North West Rail Link is included but Dulwich Hill Light Rail extension isn’t. Because space. Still totally useless at anything smaller than poster size. Once again, WordPress … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing With My Summer

I made a new thing. The official CityRail map is dense and cluttered and this is my valiant attempt at unclogging it. I’m not sure how well this works at anything but enormous poster size. WordPress even flat refuses to … Continue reading

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