Things are heating up, there’s no doubt about that. In fact, according to statistics, 2015 was the warmest year ever on record! This from the New York Times, “It will take a few more years to know for certain, but the back-to-back records of 2014 and 2015 may have put the world back onto a […]
An interesting project from ChattyMaps enables users to visualize the sounds of the city. Browse the urban sound maps to view an index rating of the dominant sounds for any street within the range of the project.
A fun map of sorts conveys information about where certain activities are illegal when behind the wheel of a car.
Spring is here, and with it comes itchy eyes, coughing, sneezing, itching etc… you know the drill! Enter the Allergy Map from Pollen.com. Search, browse and select cities on the interactive map to see local allergy and pollen forecasts. The map also provides a list of the best and worst cities for those who suffer […]
Here’s a fun and unique addition to our MOTD collection… not simply a map but how about 3D wooden maps? Yes indeed, this cool woodworking shop can turn any map into a beautiful, custom, 3D wooden work of art!
This fun map of the day reveals the sentiment of all 50 Stats when it comes to their MarchMadness picks. A few surprises, although no big surprise that regional teams are hot and the runaway favorite seems to be Kentucky!
An interesting and fun map from the city of NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission lets you discover thousands of landmarks of interest in the Big Apple – thanks James Fee for the tip off about this one!
This map (Celebrating Lost Loved Ones) and webmap service tip comes via tip from Jeremiah Lindeman, County Government Team lead at Esri. The map takes a close look at the troubling problem of drug deaths in America.
An interesting and fun map of the day comes to us from Nissan in their latest US College hoops promotion #NissanUltimateAcces
An interesting map to share as findings from CreditCards.com Finds Upper Midwest Leads Way, Mid-Atlantic Lags – Montana residents are the best at managing money and Marylanders are the worst, according to a new CreditCards.com analysis.