Most importantly, the explain the sadness of a deeply cruel failed city.
Articles tagged "cartography"
Who really knows where we're going, anyway?
This interactive map of the Jamaican slave rebellion could change how history is taught.
Behold the future of a crowded, climate-changed earth, rendered in purple lines.
Peder Norrby is at the top of the map glitch-art genre.
Not just an excuse to rant about how awesome libraries are.
Is this map of 50 new, equally populated states the solution for political gerrymandering?
Today, scientists from its IceBridge mission embarked on an 11-hour flight over West Antarctica, and they live-tweeted the whole thing. With pics and a Q+A session to boot.
About a third of the country’s wind is being pulled into a massive whirlpool by Sandy’s force, and it’s all at a pretty high rate of sustained speed.
It's true, guys: We're living in the Golden Age of crowd-sourcing our information. With the recent announcement that the age-old cornerstone of academic fact-finding, the Encyclopaedia Britannica, will "soon be out of print":http://www.reuters.com/ar…
For a short moment last November, the web was totally, complete obsessed with one unlikely thing: a series of curiously anonymous satellite images. Jesus Diaz, over at Gizmodo, broke the story last November, asking, ""Why Is China Building These Giga…
Around the world nearly every day, Google's cars roam streets like the surreptitious scouts of an advancing army
Just how violent has human history been? Well, according to the new interactive timeline over at conflicthistory.com (built by Freebase, “an open, Creative Commons licensed repository of structured data of almost 20 million entities”), there pret…