The map lost its monsters
The collapse of the unknown and the loss of our porous connection to the world.
Today, maps of our physical territory are ubiquitous in a way they were not even 15 years ago. Sure, in 2006, I could hit up Mapquest and print out directions to get from point A to point B. And consumer-grade GPS devices were beginning to enter the scene (I fondly remember my Garmin Nuvi 360 that I paid for a lifetime maps subscription on; who knows wh…
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