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Amusing Maps: Which one nails it? (Update 2)

January 21st, 2011 Comments off

So, back when Randall Munroe updated his blogo/social network-sphere map a couple of months ago, I decided to delve back into my posting of amusing maps floating around on the interwebs regarding geocentric ignorance. Well, Munroe has taken on the subject himself in an appropriately XKCD manner. Click the image to be redirected to XKCD for the larger look or click here for my Part One or over here for Part Two of my looks at amusing maps.

Updating Amusing Maps: Which One Nails It, Part Deux

December 28th, 2010 Comments off

A little over a year ago, I posted a series of some of the Web’s best entertaining maps.  These ranged from amusing stereotyped looking glasses of how people see the world to XKCD’s map of online communities.

A year later, Randall Munroe updated his map of online communities to include recent changes in the interwebs and I decided to go searching for some new, funny maps.  After the jump, I lead it off with Munroe’s latest.

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Darryl Cunningham: Climate Change, For the People (an Illustrative Journey)

December 22nd, 2010 Comments off

I rarely just operate as a bookmark to a blog post that I really like, but a gent named Darryl Cunningham put together an incredibly accessible and concise discussion (in cartoon form) of a topic that is dear to me: climate change. To be more precise, I’ve been fascinated by Americans (and, more recently, the Brits) and their ability to be engrossed in climate change denial.

Click the image below to be taken to Cunningham’s blog post and the full, multi-cel journey through the ridiculousness of deniers. For further reading, see the below links.

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Also See:
Wired Interview with Kari Marie Norgaard on Climate Denial.

Cognitive and Behavioral Challenges in Responding to Climate Change — World Bank White Paper.

Planet Green’s How to Talk Global Warming with Climate Deniers

FollowFriday: The News on Twitter

August 6th, 2010 Comments off

I’ve settled into a nice niche with respect to Twitter news.  Yes, you can get some breaking stories truly from the masses via Trending Topics, but I also rely on two specific sources for news updates.  One is for headlines and the other is for commentary.

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Amusing Maps: Which one nails it?

December 3rd, 2009 Comments off

If there’s one union that has been near seamless, it’s the internet with Photoshop, Paint, and pretty much any graphics program.  This is true with cartography, as well.  If there’s a map out there, someone has spoofed it.

But some of the more entertaining maps deal with satire of localized ignorance or stereotype… particularly when mocking America’s ego-centrism.  After the jump, I’ve collected some of the more entertaining ones I’ve come across while surfing the interwebs.

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