April 15, 2001:

My first reaction on seeing this navigation map of computer ethics was "feh! Why do people insist on mapping ideas onto a physical geography," but then I spent a minute with it and realized that, unlike antarctica, where there's no meaning to the geographical distribution of the data, the organization was meaningful. While both Encryption and Spamming are within the borders of Privacy, the former is near Intellectual Property, while the latter is at the juncture of Computer Abuse and Commerce. I'm not sure I'd want this as the sole means of navigating the site, but as an overview of the terrain (sorry), I think it works (although it could probably do without the rivers). (via RRE)