The Medium Is the Map and the Timeline
A Visual Representation of Marshall McLuhan–Related EventsCreated: February 2015
Browsing: You can browse events via either the timeline or the map. To browse using the timeline interface, left-click on the timeline and drag it to the right to go back in time, and drag it to the left to go forward in time. To browse using the map interface, pan the map by left-clicking and dragging the map, and zoom in and out of the map by rotating the mouse wheel.
Searching: Search below by typing keywords, and/or by limiting using the various filters that are available. Limiting options include date of event, event type, country, and compiler. To restart your search, click on "Reset All Filters", which will appear above the map after keywords and/or limiting filters have been selected.
Credits: This mapping and timeline application of Marshall McLuhan–related events was created by the students in the course "Philosophy 366: Computers and Culture," taught by Dr. John Simpson, in Winter term 2015, at the University of Alberta; technical support was provided by Michael Brundin. The names of the students who compiled the events represented in the map and the timeline can be found in the "Compiler" limiting filter pane above.
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