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Giant coloring book of New York City by eBoy

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. One of my favorite illustrators is eBoy (a collective of people from Germany and LA). They designed our Jackhammer Jill logo and did a cool Boing Boing shirt many years ago (I don’t think it’s available any longer). Found at http://ift.tt/2AwWMOV

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A Map That Celebrates the Subway

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. Starting with London’s Tube, a new series aims to capture the art and history of rapid transit systems around the world. Blue Crow Media, an independent map publisher, recently released their first in a series of public transit maps: a double-sided, cartographic guide of the London Tube. Found at… Read more »

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Restoring one of the world’s rarest maps

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. In 1663, Europeans called Australia ‘New Holland’, New Zealand was considered one land mass and Tasmania had only been sighted by Abel Tasman – it would be another hundred years before Europeans would set foot there. Found at http://ift.tt/2lUUD9s

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Fun Maps: Concrete Architecture Dating Back to 1870s Mapped in 50 Sites Across NYC

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. As most New Yorkers know, the five boroughs are filled with impressive architecture, but few have paid particular attention to the material used to create it. Found at http://ift.tt/2j7OD9F

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1934 Map Resizes the World to Show Which Country Drinks the Most Tea

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. Not a day goes by that I don’t use Google Maps for something or other, whether it’s basic navigation, researching an address, or finding a dry cleaner. Though some of us might resent the dominance such mapping technology has over our daily interactions, there’s no denying its endless utility…. Read more »

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Interactive world map lets you create your own projection

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. The EarthWindMap not only animates our homeworld’s air currents, but you can drag, zoom and warp the view to create unique projections of its surface. Found at http://ift.tt/2hxRJ9o

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The country that keeps getting left off maps

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. New Zealanders fed up with their country being left off of world maps set up a Reddit group to share their exasperation. The 27,000 subscribers of “Maps Without NZ” post pictures of the world with the island nation left off. Found at http://ift.tt/2zyto9W

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On This Fourth-Century Map, All Roads Really Do Lead to Rome

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. Although it resembles nothing like the clear outline of a modern map of the region, the Peutinger Table is a snapshot of how Romans viewed their world, one in which they were at the center. Found at http://ift.tt/2xjdf6Y

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Mapping the U.K.’s Many, Many Names for Streams

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. A few years ago, the climate adaptation researcher Ben Smith—then a Ph.D. student at Kings College London—was working on his dissertation, about the effectiveness of water restoration projects in the United Kingdom. Found at http://ift.tt/2zKMTtQ

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Map: Airport delays in major U.S. cities

Today’s maps found on the interwebs. Forty airports including San Francisco and San Jose are included on the map of delays updated by the Federal Aviation Administration’s Air Traffic Control System Command Center. The status indicates general airport conditions, usually as affected by weather, rather than individual flights. Found at http://ift.tt/2zX8VZy

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    Giant coloring book of New York City by eBoy

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. One of my favorite illustrators is eBoy (a collective of people from Germany and LA). They designed our Jackhammer Jill logo and did a cool Boing Boing shirt many years ago (I don’t think it’s available any longer). Found at http://ift.tt/2AwWMOV

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    A Map That Celebrates the Subway

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. Starting with London’s Tube, a new series aims to capture the art and history of rapid transit systems around the world. Blue Crow Media, an independent map publisher, recently released their first in a series of public transit maps: a double-sided, cartographic guide of the London Tube. Found at… Read more »

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    Restoring one of the world’s rarest maps

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. In 1663, Europeans called Australia ‘New Holland’, New Zealand was considered one land mass and Tasmania had only been sighted by Abel Tasman – it would be another hundred years before Europeans would set foot there. Found at http://ift.tt/2lUUD9s

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    Fun Maps: Concrete Architecture Dating Back to 1870s Mapped in 50 Sites Across NYC

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. As most New Yorkers know, the five boroughs are filled with impressive architecture, but few have paid particular attention to the material used to create it. Found at http://ift.tt/2j7OD9F

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    1934 Map Resizes the World to Show Which Country Drinks the Most Tea

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. Not a day goes by that I don’t use Google Maps for something or other, whether it’s basic navigation, researching an address, or finding a dry cleaner. Though some of us might resent the dominance such mapping technology has over our daily interactions, there’s no denying its endless utility…. Read more »

  • Maps

    Interactive world map lets you create your own projection

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. The EarthWindMap not only animates our homeworld’s air currents, but you can drag, zoom and warp the view to create unique projections of its surface. Found at http://ift.tt/2hxRJ9o

  • Maps

    The country that keeps getting left off maps

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. New Zealanders fed up with their country being left off of world maps set up a Reddit group to share their exasperation. The 27,000 subscribers of “Maps Without NZ” post pictures of the world with the island nation left off. Found at http://ift.tt/2zyto9W

  • Maps

    On This Fourth-Century Map, All Roads Really Do Lead to Rome

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. Although it resembles nothing like the clear outline of a modern map of the region, the Peutinger Table is a snapshot of how Romans viewed their world, one in which they were at the center. Found at http://ift.tt/2xjdf6Y

  • Maps

    Mapping the U.K.’s Many, Many Names for Streams

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. A few years ago, the climate adaptation researcher Ben Smith—then a Ph.D. student at Kings College London—was working on his dissertation, about the effectiveness of water restoration projects in the United Kingdom. Found at http://ift.tt/2zKMTtQ

  • Maps

    Map: Airport delays in major U.S. cities

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    Today’s maps found on the interwebs. Forty airports including San Francisco and San Jose are included on the map of delays updated by the Federal Aviation Administration’s Air Traffic Control System Command Center. The status indicates general airport conditions, usually as affected by weather, rather than individual flights. Found at http://ift.tt/2zX8VZy