zeemaps used to be fun for making collaborative point-on map projects, but they went to a model a over a year ago where you would have to start paying once a certain amount of people accessed at the map.
geojson.io perhaps? Never used it, but I'm pretty sure it allows collaboration and is integrated with GitHub.zeemaps used to be fun for making collaborative point-on map projects, but they went to a model a over a year ago where you would have to start paying once a certain amount of people accessed at the map.
Drug addiction I can understand, but what do retirees have to do with anything?
Arizona has Tommy Tooter and HamberLyn
Well you do have a point that lolcow density does correlate with population density, but if we did have a really good map of lolcow density and were able to compare it to population density, maybe we could find regions that have more or less lolcows then you would expect, given their population density.I hate maps like this because inevitably, even if you got every single person with a thread or even a mention on this site’s exact location and put it on a world map, all you’d do is end up with a population density map, the same with the furry map in the OP (aside for the fake locations done for memes).
They don’t show anything interesting.
My personal theory about cows is that they are the product of a weird concoction of poverty and subcultures that enable deviant behavior.
Here are my two case studies:
I don't think its surprising that we see these places as the center of weird ass cults (Jonestown in Cali, Waco in Texas) and dumb trends like anti-vax. These places are blast furnaces for retardation.
I have a hard time listing cows from the east coast, midwest and prairies and I don't think that can be chalked up to population density.