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Map Not to Indicate by Art & Language

Map to Not Indicate, by the art collective Art & Language. The map depicts only Iowa and Kentucky and then proceeds to list the many things that NOT represented on it. Part of the Tate Collection.

'Poetic Places' uses geolocation to hit you up when you happen across a place described or recorded in literature, poetry, and paintings.

A New App Illuminates the Hidden Histories of Everyday Places

A New App Illuminates the Hidden Histories of Everyday Places. Kevin Holmes — Apr 28 The Creators Project

Rött visar länder som är inblandade i tvisten, gult visar landområdet som länderna gör anspråk på. Bland annat ingår den obebodd ön Rockall i norra Atlanten som både Danmark, Island och Storbritannien gör anspråk på på grund av fiske- och oljerättigheter.

Disputed Territories Interactive map of every disputed territory in the world

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If you need some downtime, you could do worse than heading toward the darkest blue regions on this map. The image shows how the loudness of sound varies across the country, based on 1.5 million hours of acoustical monitoring.

The Loudest and Quietest Places in the U.S., Mapped

If you need some downtime, you could do worse than heading toward the darkest blue regions on this map. The image shows how the loudness of sound varies across the country, based on million hours of acoustical monitoring.

W.E.B Du Bois, Maps of African American Homes in Philadelphia, 1890s, used in Amy Hillier's The Ward: Race and Class in Du Bois' Seventh Ward.

Group Maps City Access to Healthy Foods

B Du Bois, Maps of African American Homes in Philadelphia, used in Amy Hillier's The Ward: Race and Class in Du Bois' Seventh Ward.

Researchers in a new project are installing microphones in the city to build an aural map and, perhaps, eventually reduce noise pollution.

To Create a Quieter City, They’re Recording the Sounds of New York

Researchers in a new project are installing microphones in the city to build an aural map and, perhaps, eventually reduce noise pollution.

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