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  • | title = Map Projections | titletext = What's that? You think I don't like the Peters map because I'm uncomfortable with having my cultural assumptions challenged? A
    22 KB (3,571 words) - 23:10, 11 July 2019
  • #REDIRECT [[977: Map Projections]]
    34 bytes (3 words) - 08:05, 8 September 2012
  • | title = Map of the Internet | image = map of the internet.jpg
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  • #REDIRECT [[195: Map of the Internet]]
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  • | title = Upside-Down Map This comic plays on the idea that maps with the {{w|South-up map orientation|south pole at the top}} will "change your perspective of the wo
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  • #REDIRECT [[1500: Upside-Down Map]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[1653: United States Map]]
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  • | title = United States Map ...ext = It would be pretty unfair to give to someone a blank version of this map as a 'how many states can you name?' quiz. (If you include Alaska and Hawai
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  • #REDIRECT [[1688: Map Age Guide]]
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  • | title = Map Age Guide ...ider that seagulls, staplers, tubas, or breadboxes could be mistaken for a map. Randall also mentions US President {{w|Jimmy Carter}} being attacked by a
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  • #REDIRECT [[1759: British Map]]
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  • | title = British Map ...c. This has been used before in [[850: World According to Americans]]. The map also plays with the joke by noting it has been labeled by [[Randall Monroe|
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  • #REDIRECT [[1784: Bad Map Projection: Liquid Resize]]
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  • | title = Bad Map Projection: Liquid Resize | titletext = This map preserves the shapes of Tissot's indicatrices pretty well, as long as you d
    6 KB (1,068 words) - 17:46, 27 July 2017
  • #REDIRECT [[1799: Bad Map Projection: Time Zones]]
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  • | title = Bad Map Projection: Time Zones ...untry with explanation of its time zone and why it looks as it does on the map. (Especially those from title text needs explanation like that). Some of th
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  • #REDIRECT [[1845: State Word Map]]
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  • | title = State Word Map This is another of the many comics where [[Randall]] used a map of the United States for his joke (see below for examples).
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  • #REDIRECT [[1852: Election Map]]
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  • | title = Election Map ...axy move along our sightline, images that look not very different from the map Cueball shows. If one side of the image is higher redshifted while the othe
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  • ...ffled the positions of the states but filled out the outline. Also in this map Michigan has been split into two separate parts. (Here it is the mitten and :A map of things states are shaped like
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  • ...Map Projections]], it was stated that those who preferred the {{w|Dymaxion map|Dymaxion projection}} would wear shoes with toes. And later in [[1735: Fash
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  • ...r as awkward as first feared. Also, for some people it's common to want to map out a pre-planned course of action that should produce desired results, a s
    2 KB (298 words) - 04:24, 11 August 2019
  • {{comicsrow|1500|2015-03-18|Upside-Down Map|upside down map.png}}
    22 KB (2,549 words) - 20:46, 6 June 2018
  • ...your goal is to stop the other from completing their objective. On a dark map, players would generally use night vision goggles, which don't produce ligh :You are in a dark, outdoor map.
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  • {{comicsrow|977|2011-11-14|Map Projections}}
    22 KB (2,597 words) - 20:44, 6 June 2018
  • {{comicsrow|195|2006-12-11|Map of the Internet|map_of_the_internet.jpg}}
    24 KB (3,125 words) - 20:42, 6 June 2018
  • :[A Map of lakes and oceans showing the depths of various lakes and ocean attribute
    10 KB (1,583 words) - 16:05, 2 September 2019
  • ...stants questions, provide clues, and tell them which flags to plant on the map in the final round, as well as engage with The Chief and Rockapella to keep
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  • ;Panel 13 ''I love the whole world'' (Map of the internet.) ...munities]], featuring online communities of the time visualised as a world map, with geographic area representing their approximate membership size. There
    12 KB (1,853 words) - 11:47, 20 June 2018
  • ...nd ironic upcoming {{w|Tropical cyclone|hurricane}} paths on an unlabelled map of the {{w|Americas}} that shows the region roughly between central {{w|Can Enters from the east side of the map, wanders around the {{w|Atlantic Ocean}} in a scribble that seems to take t
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  • | title = Map Projections | titletext = What's that? You think I don't like the Peters map because I'm uncomfortable with having my cultural assumptions challenged? A
    22 KB (3,571 words) - 23:10, 11 July 2019
  • #REDIRECT [[977: Map Projections]]
    34 bytes (3 words) - 08:05, 8 September 2012
  • #REDIRECT [[977: Map Projections]]
    34 bytes (3 words) - 08:05, 8 September 2012
  • ...n's death}}. The sunglasses joke was also used in the title text of [[977: Map Projections]].
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  • ...later. It would, though, be a more interesting cake if it looked like the map in [[256: Online Communities]], but that came out 20 weeks later. Another p
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  • ...about cunnilingus, the Obama endorsement, and my making 4chan tiny on the map of online communities''. **{{w|4chan}} is tiny on the map of the internet called [[256: Online Communities]]. (See the small island t
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  • ...{w|Cantor diagonalization}} is a famous proof that it is impossible to map objects from an uncountable set one-to-one with objects from a countable s ...masses displayed to his left. 9 hurricane symbols are scattered across the map, primarily over Cuba.]
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  • ...the scale should be approximately 32 pixels per 5 feet, making the entire map 25920 feet wide (4.9 miles or 7.9 kilometers) by 10240 feet tall (1.9 miles *http://xkcd-map.rent-a-geek.de/ (zoom controls, scroll-zoom, click-and-drag, hash permalink
    59 KB (9,691 words) - 22:03, 26 May 2018
  • ...that looks like a crossword puzzle, is similar to the way that a Karnaugh map is used on a Boolean truth table, to identify areas that can be simplified. The fourth picture shows a Karnaugh map that Cueball wishes he could find in the future to solve the matrix of desi
    3 KB (429 words) - 21:42, 10 July 2017

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