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.
A new project from James, keeping track of the sites of illegal drone strikes.
Old photos placed on a map. Quite engrossing.
The geography of musicians.
Turf Bombing is a device-agnostic location-based game. Could be fun. I've already claimed my neighbourhood.
Very very cool and addictive cross between Tetris and geography knowledge. It took me 19:45 to get all of Europe on a medium setting. That's pathetic.
This blog devoted entirely to maps is far more interesting than it sounds. It's a treasure trove of weird and wacky stuff. Fascinating... and a complete time sink.
Find the antipodes of your location. Remember, most of the world is ocean.
Geo-tagging meets social software. I must check this out and investigate the API.