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Writing tagged maps

  1. I’ll meet you in Cathedrals

    On the Fitzrovia/Bloomsbury border; Foursquare’s peculiar names for London neighbourhoods; and the Northbank and Midtown Business Improvement Districts.

  2. US maps from 1963

    I scanned the covers of 66 maps that my mum collected while travelling across the USA in 1963.

  3. ‘Measuring America’ by Andro Linklater

    My notes on this fascinating book about the history of mapping the continent.

  4. That dreadful phrase

    The government’s East London Tech City scheme tries to make a single “city” out of two very different places.

  5. A map for every day

    I’ve made maps of my activity for every day, using tweets, Foursquare check-ins and Flickr photos.

  6. Google Street View

    Google Street View is currently at its least amazing stage. Two thoughts on why and how it will get better as the years go by.