A Map of Internet Censorship.
Pervasive - A large portion of content in several categories is blocked. (Pink)
Substantial - A number of categories are subject to a medium level of filtering or many categories are subject to a low level of filtering. (Light Pink)
Selective - A small number of specific sites are blocked or filtering targets a small number of categories or issues. (Light Yellow)
Changing Situation - It is suspected, but not confirmed, that Web sites are being blocked. (Yellow)
Little or No Censorship - No evidence of blocked Web sites, although other forms of controls may exist. (Green)
A map of all the Rivers in the USA
In PINK is every country England has ever invaded.
SPOILERS! This Map Follows all the Game of Thrones Characters throughout the books!
This Spoiler-Filled map tracks the travels of every major character from A Song of Ice and Fire!
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In 1450, Venetian monk Fra Mauro created what cartography experts say may be the first known “modern” world map. Two hundred fifty years later, a copy was made that now resides in the cartographic collection of the British Library.
But this map is interesting for reasons beyond its age. As Brain Pickings’ Maria Popova notes, this global depiction was created during the golden age of display maps, “the period between 1450 and 1800, when maps were as much a practical tool for navigation as they were works of art and affirmations of cultural hegemony or social status.”