After two and a half years running the Map Lab blog here at WIRED, it's time for us to move on to new mappy adventures. Here are some of our favorite posts.
A new book and interactive map charts the history of undersea communications cables—and highlights their vulnerability.
The post Our Undersea Internet Cables Are Surprisingly Vulnerable appeared first on WIRED.
New software from Mapbox could make it easier to turn geodata into useful apps and maps.
The post This Software Could Change How the Maps in Your Apps Get Made appeared first on WIRED.
An intricate, hand-drawn map of London marks the artist's personal memories and associations onto the city's landmarks.
The post Hand-Drawn Map Captures the Frenetic Energy of London appeared first on WIRED.
Your hellish commute has never looked so pretty. A new set of animated maps plots the commutes of 3.3 million Bay Area residents commuting to 110,000 destinations.
The post Animated Maps Illustrate the Hell of Bay Area Commuting appeared first on WIRED.