n.o.d.e.
nomadic orientated decentralized environments
 
beauty
 
perspective
 
wonder
                   topography    
 
social evolution
 
location
 
space
 
place
 
landscape
 
collaboration
 
emergence
 
questions
 
connections
 
environment
 
communication
 
technology
 
maps
 
photography
 
community
 
input
 
product
 
system
 
mobility
 
nomadic behavior
 
contrast
 
nowhereness
 
 globalization        
 
progress        
 
networks
 
cell phones        
 
computers
 
friends
 
sustainability        
 
collectives
 
individuals
 
subjectivity
 
terrain
 
nodes
 
geography
 
 affect
 
effect
 
people
 
clusters
 
work-styles
 
commerce
 
media
 
genres
 
mediation
 
products
 
work
 
accountability
 
transparency
 
 ethnography
 
art
 
local
 
global
 
categories
 
isolation
 
investigations
 
walking
 
talking
 
ontological
 
things
 
theory
 
perception
 
 transportation
 
multi-modal
 
cross sections
 
abstraction
 
divergents
 
animals
 
the future
 
lines
 
photographs
 
books
 
ideas
 
islands
 
perimeters
 
 
 area
 
conversations
 
information
 
data
 
history
 
solitude
 
diagrams
 
tracking
 
invasive
 
non truth
 
edges
 
wandering
 
aimlessness
 
concerns
 
“I propose the hypothesis that all major trends of change constituting our new, confusing world are related, and that we can make sense of the interrelationship.  And, yes, I believe, in spite of long tradition of sometimes tragic intellectual errors, that observing, analyzing, and theorizing are a way of helping to build a different, better world.  Not by providing the answers -- that will be specific to each society and found by social actors themselves -- but by raising some relevant questions.”
 
Castells, Manuel. 1996. The Rise of the Network Society. Blackwell Publishers. Oxford. UK.