Our friends at Geoawesomeness recently gave some lucky map lovers and social media mavens a free copy of our 2017 Global Internet Map.
Fans who tweeted and posted on Facebook about why they deserve to take home one of our new designs were in the running to get one of their very own.
Here’s to winning responses like, “A good map illustrates the balance of art and science. And this map is one great example of that.” And “I’m a geography student and I love maps. This map is one example of how technology and connections can be more important than borders.”
“A good map illustrates the balance of art and science. And this map is one great example of that.”
We love that a handful of Global Internet Maps are making their way to places like South Africa, Germany, Texas, Missouri, and the Netherlands. Thank you to GeoAwesomeness for making it happen.
And we've also got some news about our 2017 submarine cable map.
Map lovers across the globe are currently receiving their shiny new 2017 sub cable maps in the mail and scoping out the full version online.
We thought we’d give everyone a little hint about some hidden treasure that may or may not be hidden within this year’s submarine cable design.
It looks like the author of this year’s map left readers a question in the bottom left corner of the map. If you can figure out who the author is and let us know by July 1, it’s possible that a grand fortune may be in your future. (Hint hint.)