A VerySpatial Road Trip: A Brief Update

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We’re here in lovely St. Louis in the middle of day 2 of our VerySpatial Road trip.  Barb and I have been fortunate enough to have clear roads and (mostly) clear skies on the trip so far.  We’ve traveled from Morgantown WV to the New River Gorge, down to Bluefield WV, and back up to […]

The Most Popular Cars in Each State

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The cartography kinda sucks, but this map on Jalopnik.com is pretty cool.  It details the most popular new cars by state.  As you can see, most of the US is fond of their F-150’s.  Toyota is big in the South East.  Subaru has Washington state locked up (not a huge surprise there).  I was moderately […]

A VerySpatial Road Trip: Our Own Oregon Trail

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We’re getting all the bits and pieces together for our VerySpatial Road Trip out west.  We’ll be taking a direct (ish) route out, stopping in the great states of Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, and finally to California.  Ok, so not Oregon and hopefully no dysentery 🙂  If you want to see the route, check […]

The Best Geographic Visualization I’ve Seen In Ages

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It’s all well and good you can rattle off that most of the worlds population is in Southeast Asia. However, conceptualizing that is sometimes really challenging. It’s almost too abstract. That’s why this graphic is so amazing – more than half the world’s population lives inside this ‘circle’. That’s AMAZING! That tiny little circle encompasses […]

Map of NCAA Affiliation

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In honor of March Madness, Gizmodo has a series of NCAA college basketball affiliation as measured by Facebook likes. So if you’re into college basketball and into maps, you’ll really dig that link (note I fit only one of these criteria, and I kinda dig’em). Note on the bottom for Sue…. most people hate Duke […]

New Hampshire to Consider Aerial Photography Ban

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New Hampshire has a new bill circulating through its legislature that would ban aerial photography by anyone who isn’t the government. They’ve apparently amended the ban in committee that changes some of the major concerns, but a lot still remain. The original bill include kite cams or any other form of aerial photography collection, but […]