A lovely way of demonstrating the differences between map projections. Drag for extra fun.
This year’s TeleGeography map of the undersea network looks beautiful—inspired by old maps. I love the way that latency between countries is shown as inset constellations.
This is fun. Drag the red country outlines around and slot them into place on the map. Sounds easy, right? But the distorting effect of the Mercator projection makes it a lot tougher than it looks.
A fascinating piece by James on trap streets, those fictitious places on maps that have no corresponding territory.
An examination into the legibility of labels on online mapping services.
A low-tech version of Flickr's shapefiles: stopping people and asking "excuse me, what area is this?"
Aaron's lovely visualisation of Flickr's shapetiles.
Old photos placed on a map. Quite engrossing.
Brian documents his beautiful Geonames SVG maps.
Beautiful mapping visualisations of crime data.
Suw's Kickstarter-funded piece of puzzle fiction sounds very intriguing. Let's make it a reality.