Link Roundup: Mid-July Edition
- Facebook app whereyougonnabe? gets an upgrade focusing on integration with other platforms (previously).
- Diana Eid takes a look at map art, focusing on three artists we’ve seen before: Matthew Cusick, Elisabeth Lecourt and Susan Stockwell (via GeoCarta).
- On the Google Earth Blog, Frank has a roundup of innovative computer interfaces being used with Google Earth, which seems to be a favourite test-bed for such interfaces.
- NAVTEQ staff are blogging, but they haven’t quite figured out the difference between a blog and a blog entry (via AnyGeo).
- Strange Maps was profiled by Yahoo Picks last September, but alas, I was distracted by paying work at the time (via MapHist).
- Sean Gillies’s blog, formerly Import Cartography, gets a new name and address and a broader focus.
- U.S. court cases have rendered trap streets obsolete — you can’t copyright a fact — but here’s some more confirmation, if a bit redundant.
- A short excerpt from a deadly rough 1947 educational film on map projections (via Contours).