Welcome to MAPfrappe, my interactive site for cartographic “mixtures.” I started this site in 2006 to help me explore various geographic relationships. Presently the site contains two interactive pages:
Move Outlines - Lets you compare sizes of various cartographic features in different parts of the world. You draw outlines on one map, and then the page shows you the outlines overlaid on other parts of the world.
Iso-LonLat - Lets you compare longitude and latitude of points of interest in different parts of the world. You click on a feature in one map, and then the page shows you other places in the world that have the same (or opposite) longitude and latitude.Carnegie - (Disabled at present) Shows you how to get to Carnegie Hall!
As time goes by, I hope to add other interactive mapping pages to this site.
I hope you like what I've got so far. Please send comments to me at the address at the bottom of this page.
— Kelvin Thompson
My site should have the same system requirements as Google Maps. Click here to see those requirements.
Frappé is the French word for “shaken.” It’s also a blended coffee beverage invented in Greece. Wikipedia discusses several uses of the word here.
People in the Boston area also refer to a milkshake as a “frappe.” They pronounce it “frap,” to rhyme with “map.” I invite visitors to pronounce “MAPfrappe” any way they like, but I pronounce it like the Boston folk, as “map-frap.”
If you have some comments about this site, I would love to hear from you at this email address:
But I may change this address someday if it gets too much spam. Check back here for the latest address each time you want to write.
Copyright © 2016 by Kelvin Thompson. All Rights Reserved.