Making Maps Underground
Warning. This post contains a sweeping generalisation. Yes, I know that Places are not just part of today's digital maps; see the James Fee and Tyler Bell hangout The One Where Tyler Bell Defines Big Data as a proof point. But for the sake of this post, just assume that Places and maps are synonymous.
It's never been easier to make a map. Correction. It's never been easier to contribute to a map. Today we seem to be
makingcontributing to maps everywhere, even underground, or should I say Underground?
makecontribute to a map, you used to have to be a professional map maker, with easy access to an arsenal of surveying or an industrial grade GPS.