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Blogs about Maps

15 blogs about Maps.

  1. Brilliant Maps
    Making Sense Of The World, One Map At A Time. By Ian Wright. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Most Common Dreams By Country
    The map above shows the most frequently searched dreams by country, categorized into themes like The Human Body, Animals & Nature, Love & Relationships, Money & Objects, Family, and Death. Some key insights include: Snakes …
    By Brilliant Maps, 1,613 words
  2. ckochis.com | Craig Kochis
    Engineering articles by Craig Kochis. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Serve Protomaps Tiles with NodeJS
    How to serve protomaps tiles with NodeJS.
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  3. David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
    The David Rumsey Collection includes 18th and 19th century historical North and South American atlases, globes, school geographies, maritime charts, and separate maps including wall, pocket, and manuscript. 🇺🇸 More info

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    1320 Selected Maps And Images From The David Rumsey Map Collection
    Over the past 20 years, I have featured these maps and images to rotate on my home page. They represent the growing depth and breadth of the collection.
    By Michael Gubitosa, 36 words
  4. Doug McCune - Data Artist
    I'm an Oakland artist who embraces data exploration and map making in an attempt to come to terms with the chaos of urban environments. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Me, Through the Machine
    202311″ x 7″ x 10″Bronze This self portrait was generated by using a 3D scanner to scan my face, illustrating how the technology imperfectly sees me. The result is full of artifacts. Pieces of skin …
    By Doug, 90 words
  5. Imagico.de | blog
    By Christoph Hormann. 🇩🇪 More info

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    Trends for the future of map design in OpenStreetMap
    After having looked at the history of digital map design in general in the first part of this short series and at the current situation of map design in OpenStreetMap in the second part, i …
    By chris, 2,512 words
  6. KnowWhere - GIScussions
    Combines my thoughts and observations on UK geobusiness, with some largely irrelevant endeavours to incorporate my love of Arsenal with geography. By Steven Feldman. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Your Map Inside
    A few weeks ago I recorded a Geomob Podcast with Ana Lucía González Paz about her beautiful flipbook, A Map Inside. You can read the book in a few minutes and then you can listen …
    By Steven, 228 words
  7. Lat × Long
    A weblog exploring and documenting geospatial technology, data and standards on the Web. By Oliver Roick. 🇦🇺 More info

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    Five Geospatial Projects Amongst Mentoring Organisations for Google Summer of Code 2024
    Link: https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/programs/2024/organizations If you are a student or early-career developer and want to make your mark in open-source geospatial, the following geospatial organisations are participating in the 2024 Google Summer of Code: OSGeo 52North OpenStreetMap …
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  8. Mapping London
    Highlighting the best London maps. By Ollie O'Brien, James Cheshire. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Walthamstow
    This delightful, colourful piece of cartography, is the first map by illustrator, limerick-creator and Walthamstow resident Angry Dan. The piece is a 60cm x 60cm
    By Ollie, 26 words
  9. The Map Room
    Blogging about maps since 2003. By Jonathan Crowe. 🇨🇦 More info

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    New Leventhal Exhibition: ‘Heaven and Earth: The Blue Maps of China’
    Daqing wannian yitong dili quantu (Suzhou, ca. 1820). Map, Prussian blue ink on xuan paper mounted as folding screen, 112×249 cm. MacLean Collection Map Library, Norman B. Leventhal Map and Education Center. A new exhibition …
    By Jonathan Crowe, 264 words
  10. Maps Mania
    Dedicated to tracking the very best digital interactive maps on the internet and the tools used to create them. By Keir Clarke. 🇬🇧 More info

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    It's War on the Streets of Paris
    Une Histoire de Rue is a new interactive map which explores the connections between Paris street names and military history. Around 15% of Paris' streets have names which are related to battles, soldiers and/or resistance …
    By Keir Clarke, 71 words
  11. mvexel's Diary | OpenStreetMap
    Recent diary entries. By Martijn van Exel. 🇺🇸 More info

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    A note on old imported landuse=quarry in the United States
    In the early days of OSM, when the map was formless and empty, mappers in the United States conducted data imports without much discussion, because there were just not a lot of people to discuss …
    By mvexel, 354 words
  12. somethingaboutmaps
    My name is Daniel Huffman, and I am a cartographer. 🇺🇸 More info

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    My Decade with Blender
    It occurs to me that I have been Blendering for a long time. In fact, it’s been almost exactly a decade since I gave my first public presentation on the technique of generating shaded relief …
    By Daniel Huffman, 1,214 words
  13. Stats, Maps n Pix
    This blog features posts about statistics, maps and images. By Alasdair Rae. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Thanks for stopping by
    It's time to bring the curtain down on Stats, Maps n Pix now, after 1.5 million page views and 150 posts. I'll leave the blog archived here, but if you're looking for me, you can …
    By Alasdair Rae, 505 words
  14. Strange Maps - Big Think
    A special series by Frank Jacobs. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The 7-38-55 rule: Debunking the golden ratio of conversation
    Sometimes the best thing in life is a simple rule that promises to solve a complex problem. Bonus points if the problem concerns human behavior, and the rule sports a catchy, easy-to-remember number. Perhaps a …
    By Kevin Dickinson, 1,569 words
  15. Transit Maps
    A site devoted to the design and social impact of transit maps - subway maps, metro maps, bus maps, rail maps, ferry maps and more! By Cameron Booth. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Official Map: C-TRAN Bus Network, Vancouver, Washington, October 2023
    Perhaps somewhat surprisingly, Transit Maps has never taken a look at the map for Portland’s northern neighbour, the (original) Vancouver. With the recent addition of their second “The Vine” BRT route along Mill Plain Boulevard, …
    By Cameron Booth, 605 words