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The Maps of Matrakçı Nasuh, Ottoman Polymath

- May 9, 2017 in bosnia, cartography, Cities, game, iran, maps, miniatures, ottoman, persian, polymath, turkey, urban

Exquisite miniatures of 16th-century Persia by Bosnian-born Ottoman polymath and all-round genius Matrakcı Nasuh.

The Maps of Matrakçı Nasuh, Ottoman Polymath

- May 9, 2017 in bosnia, cartography, Cities, game, iran, maps, miniatures, ottoman, persian, polymath, turkey, urban

Exquisite miniatures of 16th-century Persia by Bosnian-born Ottoman polymath and all-round genius Matrakcı Nasuh.

The Maps of Matrakçı Nasuh, Ottoman Polymath

- May 9, 2017 in bosnia, cartography, Cities, game, iran, maps, miniatures, ottoman, persian, polymath, turkey, urban

Exquisite miniatures of 16th-century Persia by Bosnian-born Ottoman polymath and all-round genius Matrakcı Nasuh.

The Maps of Matrakçı Nasuh, Ottoman Polymath

- May 9, 2017 in bosnia, cartography, Cities, game, iran, maps, miniatures, ottoman, persian, polymath, turkey, urban

Exquisite miniatures of 16th-century Persia by Bosnian-born Ottoman polymath and all-round genius Matrakcı Nasuh.

Testing new toy economies/political structures in MMOGs

- April 30, 2011 in economics, game, mmog

The project is about using MMOGs within a flexible game engine environment (which was sofar dubbed MMOGEP- massively multiplayer online game for economic and political change) for testing toy versions of different economical/political schemes than the present one. There exists a very preliminary proposal for an example MMOG called Utopia. A discussion and more information can be found at [http://openeconomics.net/thinkspace/#comment-2][http://openeconomics.net/thinkspace/#comment-2] an article draft about the project is at [http://www.randform.org/blog/?p=3827][http://www.randform.org/blog/?p=3827]