Freakonomics Interviews Frank Jacobs on the Influence of Maps

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[/accordion]Strange MapsThe Feakonomics blog from the New York Times posts an Interview with Frank Jacobs, of the popular Strange Maps blog and the upcoming book Strange Maps: An Atlas of Cartographic Curiosities.

Annika Mengisen interviews Jacobs on what he believes the most influential maps in history have been, how online mapping has affected cartography, and the organizations he feels have been the most influential in map making.  True to form, the interview wraps up with some strange trivia about maps.

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