Andy Proehl has compiled a collection of “Maps of Strange Borders” on his flickr account.
His maps are accompanied by description and historical accounts on the reason behind the border are laid that way.
Though most of the maps feature strange borders within United States, the most interesting one lies on the other part of the world.
Visit: Maps of Strange Borders
Good news, now we can put Ubuntu Server installations on the World Map!
How? Go to maps.ubuntu.com, and choose one of the options.
Then you can view the location of Ubuntu servers around the world, marked by the ubiquitous Ubuntu logo!
I just discovered today that Google (street) maps is now available for my hometown – Alor Star! Upon checking further I discovered that the street level maps is also available for various other places in the northern part of Malaysia too, including remote areas in Perlias and Kedah, w00t.
Here’s sample of the street map taken from Google Maps
Check this feature in Google Maps now!
Now I can relate more stuff from my Dopod P800W to Google Maps and vice versa