BBC Radio 4: Digital Human (Series 6:2014: Episode 5: Maps) #DigiHuman

5/6: Maps http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04nrmgs Aleks Krotoski examines what digital mapping has meant for our understanding of the world. Are we always aware of the decisions that make them look the way they do? Traditionally of course maps are as “authored” as anything else. As Simon Garfield writer of On the Map: Why the world looks the way it does , explains we should think of maps like the biography of a famous person; highly subjective and Continue Reading →