The 6yo started drawing a comic strip, with panels, but about a third of the way through started drawing a map instead, so we talked about how the panels of a comic strip move through time, but the parts of a map move through space, and now I'm looking for examples of cartographic storytelling

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@ranjit Interesting, it's cartographic but _also_ explicitly chronological; the dotted line is both a geographic path and time's arrow. It's a fanciful version of travel directions in google maps.

@ranjit now imagining google maps inserting little mischievous ghosts and asides to climb trees into your daily commute

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