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‘The digital maps we loved in 2013 didn’t simply illustrate novel or useful information. They did it in ways we’d never seen before, manipulating time, dimensions, perspective, even the atmosphere. These maps weren’t just interesting in content; they were innovative in design. That’s our new bar for 2014.

So this December, instead of sharing our top 10 maps of the year, we’re looking at 10 ways we’ve learned to think about maps in entirely new ways. This may well have been the year when maps ceased to impress us for what they convey and began to stun us instead for how they did it.’

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