Another genetic map of Europe. It won’t be long before we can pinpoint a person’s ancestry down to an individual village using science like this.
Flickr uses Where-On-Earth IDs to map percieved boundaries of neighborhoods and other regions — much like my Neighborhood Project does with Craigslist data, using Alpha shapes instead of blobbies — and raises the same questions about collective intelligence. (via Michael)
I want one of his Centerclocks for my wall. He’s also got a nifty Rivers of the World map, and he’s the guy behind the NY Times’ Olympic Medals Cartogram and Presidential Polling graphic (which thankfully shows Obama in the lead in a majority of the polls).