A long-forgotten Microsoft project from the late 1990s revolutionized how we saw the Earth and became the underpinning technology of Google Maps and Google Earth.
They're more than just a backup for when your smartphone dies.
A crop of public domain maps for the public to peruse and lay over contemporary maps.
Want to know the exact location of all the baseball diamonds in the capital of Alberta? There's a map for that.
Most importantly, the explain the sadness of a deeply cruel failed city.
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.