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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Chris Turner tagged maps

"Old Map App allows an iPhone user to explore the effects of time on geography and urban development.

"The application displays layers of geo-referenced historical maps projected onto a modern coordinate system, so that the same location can be compared over time. Layers can be faded, adjusted, and explored freely. If the user is located within the region of the historical map, the user's position will be mapped on the old maps to the position of the compass indicator.

"Several maps of New York City & Region are included from the 17th to 19th centuries. All are high-resolution images from the Library of Congress."

Not yet released to the iTunes App Store, but you can sign up to be notified and possibly participate in the beta test. Looks really great.

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For our European friends with a fetish for the lighter-haired.

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You can take the green line from Digg over to Facebook, or the red from Google to get off at Microsoft, Adobe, or Apple. The folks at Information Architectstrack web trends again this year, giving us a subway-esque map that ties it all together.

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