A new program developed by University of Cincinnati Professor Tomasz Stepinski allows users to find sections of the American landscape with similar land coverage or ecological patterns.
Sep 27, 2012 The Atlantic Cities
In New York, neighborhood boundaries are big business. Just ask any real estate agent who's tried to pass off a Gowanus apartment as being in Park Slope. Since the city does not officially define boundaries, amateurs are filling the void.
Sep 10, 2012 The New York Times
Want to know how long it will take to pick up the kids at school, drive to your favorite restaurant, drive the baseball game, take the bus to the park? And all at once? Trulia's new innovative map does just that.
Jun 29, 2012 Fast Company
Matt Flegenheimer reports on how newly found errors in New York's vaunted subway map have reignited a battle over who deserves credit for its design, and who should own up to its mistakes.
May 10, 2012 The New York Times
This article from <em>The Daily Mail</em> takes a historical look at ten maps that changed the world.
Jun 2, 2010 The Daily Mail
This series from the <em>BBC</em> looks at the art and innovation of cartography.
Apr 29, 2010 BBC
This slideshow from <em>Slate</em> explores some of the strangest maps in history.
Dec 7, 2009 Slate
These maps are distorted to emphasize areas with higher populations. Check out the warped US and bloated Australia.
Oct 9, 2009 Fast Company
MIT researcher Jeffrey Warren has just released the latest version of Cartagen, a software platform for interactive mapping. Julia Galef takes a look.
Aug 15, 2009 Metropolis Magazine
Cartographer Mark Newman's new book, 'The Atlas of the Real World', includes maps that show more than just 'how many acres there are in a country.' Malaria cases and health care spending per capita are among some of Newman's unconventional maps.
Nov 26, 2008 National Public Radio