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Timothy Edward Downs, PC Computing[:] Road Map to the Internet. New York: Ziff-Davis, 1994.

Timothy Edward Downs maps the Internet in 1994

Possibly the first map of the Internet for popular consumption, designed by legendary technical artist Timothy Edward Downs as a bonus for purchasers of PC Computing magazine.  PC Computing and Timothy Edward Downs Back in the early nineties PC Magazine, PC World and PC Computing were in a three-way race for subscribers and newsstand sales. […]

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Timothy Edward Downs, Road Map to the World Wide Web [and on verso:] PC Computing The World Wide Web Business and Beyond. New York: Ziff-Davis, 1995.

Timothy Edward Downs maps the World Wide Web

A rare and striking 1995 map of the World Wide Web capturing the excitement of the earliest days of the new technology. Designed by legendary technical artist Timothy Edward Downs as a bonus for purchasers of PC Computing magazine. PC Computing and Timothy Edward Downs Back in the early nineties PC Magazine, PC World and […]

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Jason Snell & Shelly Brisbin, editors / Geoff Duncan, Net surfer[!] / Diane Dempsey, design / K. Daniel Clark, illustration, Internet ROAD MAP. New York: Ziff-Davis Publishing, 1996.

An “Internet Road Map” published by MacUser in 1996

A 1996 “road map” using a cartographic metaphor to explain content available on the Internet, provided as a bonus for purchasers of MacUser magazine and with a decided emphasis on the Apple ecosystem. This was one of several such “maps” issued by MacUser in the mid-1990s, inspired by a series of similar posters designed by […]

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Timothy Edward Downs Map of Best Free Stuff on the Internet 1995

Map of “free stuff” on the Internet in 1995

One of the earliest maps of the Internet, providing a curated guide to the “best” free content available on line as of 1995. Designed by legendary technical artist Timothy Edward Downs as a bonus for purchasers of PC Computing magazine. PC Computing and Timothy Edward Downs Back in the early nineties PC Magazine, PC World […]

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James Bradbury, Jason Snell & Jodi Naas, editors / Geoff Duncan, Net surfer[!] / Lisa Orsini, design & illustrations, planet internet. [New York: Ziff-Davis Publishing], 1996.

An imaginary map of Planet Internet, from MacUser magazine

A 1996 imaginary map of the Internet, provided as a bonus for purchasers of MacUser magazine and with a decided emphasis on the Apple ecosystem. The map features four major continents, “Human Endeavors,” “Institutions,” “Commerce,” and “Apple”, all surrounded by the “Sea of Resources.” Each continent contains a number of subcategories, which I suppose might […]

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Timothy Edward Downs Beyond the World Wide Web 1996

1996 map of what lay beyond the World Wide Web

A 1996 map of the Internet, providing a curated guide to content available “beyond” the multi-media interface of the world wide web. Designed by legendary technical artist Timothy Edward Downs as a bonus for purchasers of PC Computing magazine. PC Computing and Timothy Edward Downs Back in the early nineties PC Magazine, PC World and […]

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Timothy Edward Downs Navigating the Web 1996

1996 Timothy Edward Downs map for navigating the Web

A 1996 metaphor map providing a curated guide to navigating the World Wide Web before Google made it easy for us. Designed by legendary technical artist Timothy Edward Downs as a bonus for purchasers of PC Computing magazine. PC Computing and Timothy Edward Downs Back in the early nineties PC Magazine, PC World and PC […]

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