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Reads tagged with “maps”

Infinite City: A San Francisco Subcultural Atlas
Infinite City: A San Francisco Subcultural Atlas

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Historypin: Past Meets Present in Street View
Historypin: Past Meets Present in Street View

What urban storytelling has to do with the end of WWII and Google Maps mashups.

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The Beauty of Maps: Seeing Art in Cartography
The Beauty of Maps: Seeing Art in Cartography

What 13th-century astronomy has to do with the shape of the internet and the British Library.

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Cartograms: Making a Point with Distorted Maps
Cartograms: Making a Point with Distorted Maps

Why space is relative and how popular media are making entire continents disappear.

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Creative Derivatives of the London Tube Map
Creative Derivatives of the London Tube Map

Nebulae, web mavens, and what the Kabbalah has to do with 100 years of music history.

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Mapping European Stereotypes
Mapping European Stereotypes

A subversive cartography of subjective perceptions of the Old World.

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Books for Dad: 7 Esoteric Father’s Day Gift Ideas
Books for Dad: 7 Esoteric Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Film neverland, copper, maps, and how to save dad from having a midlife affair.

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Follow The Money: Visualizing the Structure of Large-Scale Communities
Follow The Money: Visualizing the Structure of Large-Scale Communities

Visual economics, or what virtual currencies have to do with real neighbors.

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Blog-Turned-Book Success Stories: Part One
Blog-Turned-Book Success Stories: Part One

Maps of Utopia, posh Brooklynites, and what Whole Foods has to do with high school mixtapes.

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Strange Maps: The Book
Strange Maps: The Book

What George Orwell has to do with the Amazons of California and Utopia.

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