Tim Wallace is a Graphics Editor at The New York Times and a Ph.D. candidate at The University of Wisconsin—Madison. He’s interested in cartographic design and interaction in news media. He is also a gummi bear enthusiast. You can find him at timwallace.info, or on Twitter at @wallacetim. He also serves as one of the two principals of the popular Bostonography, along with Andy Woodruff.
Daniel Huffman is a freelance cartographic designer and the proud owner of the imaginatively-named domain somethingaboutmaps.com. You can find him on Twitter at @pinakographos, or read one of his two blogs. He hopes to someday invent the profession “map critic.”
Sam Matthews is a Visual Data Specialist contractor at Google Maps and the humble co-founder of Situated Laboratories – a start-up focused on designing awesome visual communication strategies and products for clients. He currently lives a gritty life in Seattle’s International District after completing a GIS/Cartography Certificate from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Follow him @vancematthews or see him at mapsam.