It turns out the most read story in the New York Times in 2013 was not a story but an interactive map series that in the end provided a personalized dialect map for each visitor. What was that map so popular and what can we as GIS users and others learn from the times offering?
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The New York Times' Most Popular Story of 2013 Was Not an Article - Robinson Meyer - The Atlantic
Most popular stories are MAPS! | diana maps
How Y?all, Youse and You Guys Talk - Interactive Graphic - NYTimes.com
In the mid-1990s, geospatial technology developers, solution providers and vendors came together in India to provide a much needed impetus to the geospatial industry. But a similar initiative for topographical surveying and mapping is needed. Surveying and mapping forms the basis of all geospatial analysis and it is important to convene a forum on the most current tools and technology. This article provides information on the history of surveying in India...