a-pam (del nas)
[right in front of your nose] is a project whose name originates in a
play on words between the idea of having something "right in front of
your nose", at a palm's distance, and the inversion of the Catalan word
for map, namely 'mapa'. Separating the 'a' from the inverted 'mapa'
produces 'a pam', or palm in Catalan. We use the resulting Catalan
expression 'a-pam (del nas)', literally 'a palm's distance from your
nas) is a system which maps fragments of the world wide
web, setting out from a specific initial URL.
nas) may be used simultaneously by several users, but no
two of them see the same "map".
nas) adopts a local viewpoint and highlights only the
information nearest to the page the user chooses at any given moment,
the remaining information being shown "in bulk", without being
nas) uses deep
reference (inlining) for