You Are What You MapListen now (17 min) | How triangles, topology, quadrangles, and cartography yield maps that can skew both messages and time.
How a dominant empire looks to a more balanced future
The U.S. Census: Mapping a Sense of UsListen now (28 min) | How a Swedish Zoologist and the birth of census 'big data' led to American racism at the hands of statisticians and geographers
I thank you
The Empire; Fight BackListen now (25 min) | National pride, 'take a side' they chide, while people suffer worldwide
Sometimes it takes a disaster before you decide to fix the problem
Take Your Head for a WalkListen now (14 min) | Your brain makes maps on your behalf. But if you want a good one, take a hike. Your brain will love you for it, and your future…
What to Do with Eileen GuListen now (23 min) | She's an athlete in a squeeze, American-Chinese, leaving many uneased
I'd Rather Be Spinning LogosListen now (18 min) | How my love of computer graphics mapped a path to Microsoft and the democratization of cartography
What's love got to do with it?
How being satisfied with the idea of rational choice just won't suffice.
Boomtown MapsListen now (23 min) | A tip on a canoe leads to the rise of a Midwest metropolis as mapping goes social