Census Dotmap

Brandon Martin-Anderson created a map of the United States made only of dots. There are 308,450,225 dots, one for every person counted in the 2010 US Census! The map is zoomable at the site, in case you want to zoom in and see your dot. Good luck, as there are no state or city boundaries, roads, or natural landmarks. Link -via Holy Kaw!

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Very interesting! As a Hoosier, I find Northern IN very interesting- there's not much up there in the way of 'stuff'- like big cities- but quite a dark spot overall dot-wise. And it's not just the part up by Chicago but the whole northern part. We do have a LOT of Amish people up there... ;)
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