Phil Gyford


Friday 24 October 2008

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I think that makes sense… I wasn’t really sure why there were three maps - I would only expect two: One geographically correct, normal, map and another using the actual speeds of trains.

For ages I’ve wanted to create a map like this with costs of airfares, especially seeing how/if budget airlines change the apparent distances. But I’ve got no idea how to go about drawing such a map.

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