[IAEP] [support-gang] Peru Quest, beyond the quake

Yamandu Ploskonka yamaplos at bolinux.org
Tue Apr 20 09:52:42 EDT 2010

Sebastian, any idea on your side?

There are quite a few "Inca Roads", where you actually see their skill 
at roadmaking, since the things have survived 500 years and some of the 
worst damage is obviously very recent.

The best map I know is very copyright-ed and rather expensive (German).  
The original reason I purchased a GPS a  few years back was to do the 
data pick-up so as to have a Free Inca Road map, at least for one of 
them in Bolivia.  Another one of Yama's coma projects :-p

On 04/20/2010 05:45 AM, Samuel Klein wrote:
> Inca Quest would be awesome.  Is there a good topological map of the Incan road?
> SJ
> On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 1:25 AM, Yama Ploskonka<yama at netoso.com>  wrote:
>> Sebastian Silva and his rolling circus is about to embark in an amazing
>> trek getting to some amazing places. http://somosazucar.org/
>> Can we figure out how to mesh?
>> Those old enough may recall Maya Quest, even Oregon Trail as early
>> computer-based learning activities that connected classrooms with (at
>> the time) truly amazing adventures in far away worlds.
>> I am useless at marketing, and IMHO that is the main element missing,
>> for they will go to where the wild things are, really, and even beyond.
>>   Something that classrooms and simple Sugar and OLPC friends could
>> enjoy and benefit from.  BTW, they're all sugary, the team's website
>> name translates to "We Are Sugar"
>> Latest request is for some water quality something they can use with
>> children
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