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It is not surprising that South-Korea, fourth largest gaming market in the world, is also seeing a surge of this phenomenon called Pokémon Go, a smartphone game that mixes a classic title with virtual reality. I guess Sokcho's business will do well, at least for a few weeks via Read more →

Really great interactive map puzzle where you can check your knowledge, and also see how the Mercator projection of the world can be misleading as you move north/south from the Equator (the Mercator projection distorts the size and shape of large objects, as the scale increases from the Equator to... Read more →

A new post in our series of maps and the Internet. This time, a map that brings together the real (tubes connecting servers connecting computers connecting people) and imaginary (where people think the "Internet" is) together. Is this the whole Internet? Of course not. But it brings us a step... Read more →

The concept of rooted maps is extremely useful when analyzing the process of economic, trade and even cultural globalization. Being able to view trade and economic data in a graphic way on a map is always eye-opening. Unfortunately, the good people of McKinsey continues to apply that old offline policy... Read more →