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This just reminded me that due to sustained internet use I know a ridiculous amount about the US given that I've never been there. I probably know the US better than I know England.
And probably better than most people in the US if you even glance at our map every once in a while :) Not even joking...
I love maps. I love maps. I love maps.and maps with quirky contexts are even better.have a badge my good man.
and maps with quirky contexts are even better.have a badge my good man.
have a badge my good man.
Seeing stuff like this reminds me that I really need to bone up on my GIS skills.
Get on it! The world needs more maps.
Map #8 is interesting. It would never happen but hypothetically speaking I would love to see the states rearranged.
Those are great, not sure the Scots and welsh would agree that the UK is a single country though.
Fun share. I'm not sure where the Antarctica timezone data is coming from -- the scientific stations use the timezones of their home countries or the nearest place of reference.But Austin is on the original city names map! Good stuff.
But Austin is on the original city names map! Good stuff.
seems like a bad link
weird, it's working for me.Anyone else?
Worked for me although it started incongruously with map number five.