Metrophors is the map that keeps on giving, because it takes live information off of Twitter when it detects geographic metaphors. Anytime someone tweets x is the y of z, where x is a place, the map records it. Because of the language bias, much of it represents the American desire to place the world in familiar terms.
Génération NTL'API Maps d'Amazon sort de la BetaGénération NTAmazon a le chic pour s'inviter là où la concurrence ne l'attend pas vraiment, ainsi en va-t-il de son application de cartographie qui se rend disponible en version définitive sur sa...
“Cartographic Grounds,” an exhibit of new and old mapmaking at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, intends to inspire a new generation of designers to draw, with precision, what they see, and to present, with art, what they imagine.
Slightly more refined than an Animal House or Scarface movie poster, this film-inspired vintage style street map features over 900 Hollywood hits but it’s not a real map, it’s a clever design piece that will look great on the wall in your home...
La NASA nous émerveille avec ces sublimes photos prises par son tout nouveau satellite Suomi NPP. La technologie est ici au service du merveilleux avec des photos de très haute définition encore jamais vues.
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