The Map History site forms part of the WWW-Virtual Library. It offers a non-commercial mixture of comment and tips (spread over about 100 pages) and many thousands of links to free sites.
Map the Universe is a blog written by antique map collector and charts the world of maps as he collects. Includes general information about cartography and mapmaking as well.
The Map Room is a blog that points to maps, map collections, map-related resources, and material about maps on the web.
Where uses photography and blog posts to charts the urban places in which its author lives.
An unofficial blog tracking the websites, mashups, and tools being influenced by Google Maps.
Blog that discusses history and mapping.
With so many Maps and GIS sites online now it is hard to find the good from the not so good. This blog tries to cut the cream and provide you with the newest, fastest, cleanest and most user friendly maps that are available online.
A blog featuring stamps, postcards, advertising, coffee mugs, shirts, and other ephemera with maps.
A blog written by Joost Depuydt from the FelixArchief (City Archives) in Antwerp, where he takes care of the collection of maps, drawings and prints.
The official blog of National Geographic Maps, a division of the National Geographic Society.
The official blog of the New York Public Libary's Lionel Pincus & Princess Firyal Map Division.
Mapping blog with cartographer and artist authors.
A weblog for members of the Canadian Cartographic Association and other individuals interested in all things cartographic.