Monday, July 27, 2009

Programming Note

Dear Internets,

Busy busy busy. Changes are afoot, as I'm taking on a... well, a sort of government job on the East Coast. That means moving, and that means I'm rather busy these days and probably won't be able to post much for a little while. And, frankly, when I get back to posting, it's gonna be hard to meet my once every goddamn day posting quota, though I'll do my best to keep up a respectable pace. But let me just take this opportunity to thank everyone who's been reading the blog - it's really, really cool that I can express my weird love of looking at the world and human society through maps, and connect with folks out there who seem to dig it as much as I do.

Meanwhile, if you haven't had your daily fill of undulations, check out these pics by Marcin Sacha (via Chris Boddener at The Daily Dish).

Best,
Chachy

5 comments:

Cartophiliac said...

Good luck with the new job! When you first started, I was dubious that you could keep up with the "one damn map a day" thing, but you continued to amaze me by coming up with maps and interesting commentary.

elftiger said...

congrats on the new job. it's nice to know i'm not the only one who loves map. it was a worthy run

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