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Articles tagged "maps"
The sky is barfing up snow, ice, sleet, rain, and winds all over the US just in time to ruin everyone's travel plans.
This interactive map of the Jamaican slave rebellion could change how history is taught.
A boat captain standing at the helm scrolling through his iPad just doesn't feel quite right.
A live map of DDoS attacks as they happen.
The map's reminiscent of a game of Risk. Except it's real life, which is pretty scary.
SMS updates allow activists to keep up with protests despite the government's internet shutdown.
A new data visualization maps all the Facebook friend connections in the world.
Luckily, the drivers didn't actually run into a 737.
"Meet me in the middle."
A thousand years of history in less than four minutes.
A fresh spin on distorted city navigation.
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.
It's fascinating just how much of the developing world, and especially Africa, is controlled by outside entities.
The revolution may not be televised, but it will be Google-mapped with crowdsourced data from social media networks.
Not just an excuse to rant about how awesome libraries are.
Holy shit, Americans are assholes.
The question is who would the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies include. Would its prospective Pentagon collaboration be confined to those with boots on the ground, or would it open things up to drone pilots?
"Illegal mapping" -- with the use of "devices with ultra high sensitivity" -- is Beijing's charge against the world's largest soft drink maker.
Is this map of 50 new, equally populated states the solution for political gerrymandering?
North Korean gulags are now visible in Google Maps.
In a world full of ephemeral Google Street View hacks, a new film-based exploit called Google Street Scene seems to cut above the noise.