Sunday, November 03, 2002

802.11 map of Manhattan

This is cool. It's interesting to see how much telecommunications infrastructure can grow organically without central planning if you let it. Also, notice the lower density downtown on the east side in Manhattan's administrative and public sector area. And the way it drops off north of Central Park. (And what are those sites actually in Central Park). Plus of course you can see where the World Trade Center was as a gap downtown).

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