From Wired, Betsy Mason and Greg Miller introduce the Map Lab: A quest to find, explore, and make maps; meet Anthony Robinson, the man who wants to teach the world to make maps; and why do so many people love making maps? Here is a map of places actually discovered by Europeans — the tiny islands that European explorers really did discover. Kohr Principles: Frank Jacobs on how borders can have a profound effect on how you think about your country and its place in the world. Stefany Anne Golberg on a World without Borders: What if boundaries as we know them disappeared? Martin W. Lewis on mapping the terms used for first-order administrative divisions. Here's what Pangea looks like mapped with modern political borders (and more). Paleo by comparison: On the million-year-old map. Josephine Livingstone on mapping the
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