I've got preliminary monk mapping going at The PM Stats Page
, if you'd like to play with it.
I'm looking for a *good* 800 x 600 PNG or GIF map of the world that can be easily mapped to. I'd like something where the coordinate transform is pretty painless, unless someone wants to write the correction algorithm for a polar projection map (I can't remember which is which, right now.). It would be good if it had political boundaries, and perhaps for the states had dim outlines of the states.
Anyway, if you have any good map links, or feedback on the stats stuff (except for sorting. I know about the sorting. It doesn't do it. Yet. It will. I promise. Sooner or later...), please drop me an e-mail, below, or /msh (heh!) me.
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