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The World's Largest Atlas

In Australia’s largest city, inside its largest library, is the world’s largest atlas. The book rests open at an image of the globe, the sweep of continents from Africa to Australia. 775 more words

Sydney City

10 Places You Can't See on Google Maps

In a relatively short period of time, Google has achieved a remarkable feat of cartography: mapping the entire world.  Anyone with an internet connection can access Google Maps, find their location, zoom in, zoom out, and virtually explore anywhere else on the globe. 119 more words


Mapbox (a mapping platform for developers)

Mapbox is a mapping platform for developers. Our building blocks make it easy to integrate location into any mobile or online application. We want to change the way people move around cities and understand our planet. 92 more words


Mining Twitter Data with Python (and JS) - Part 7: Geolocation and Interactive Maps

Geolocation is the process of identifying the geographic location of an object such as a mobile phone or a computer. Twitter allows its users to provide their location when they publish a tweet, in the form of latitude and longitude coordinates. 992 more words


Surprises In The Small Jungle Cave!


The darkness of night has embraced the jungle in its cold arms. It reaches through the trees with its dark hands to awaken deadly nocturnal hunters.

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Camping, privies, and mapping the everyday

At the age of 33, I recently had my first proper experience of camping (my subconscious has all but blocked the ramshackle Cub camps of my youth, although a few excursions in a refurbished caravan a couple of years ago helped). 591 more words


Summer Series: Musical Picnics

The 2015 Summer concert series around Los Angeles county is stronger than ever (shoutout: laist). With venues ranging from California Plaza in downtown L.A.’s Bunker Hill and Pasadena’s Levitt Pavilion, locations that lean to Metro-friendliness make me more inclined to plan an outing. 349 more words