Mapped is a blog about stories, language, design, information, perception, art and the web.
It explores the ways people understand and use language as writers and readers, and how that's changing - but also not -
in the digital age.
You can follow Mapped on Twitter for site updates and miscellaneous links to dog photos and maps.
Elizabeth McGuane is a writer, editor and content strategist currently living in London. She's from Ireland by way of Nova Scotia, or maybe it's the other way round.
She moved to London in 2010, where she works for a large digital agency, eats too much hummous, and dreams of owning a chihuahua. Her thoughts on Mapped are her own, as far as she knows.
You can follow Elizabeth on Twitter, where she mostly writes in the first person.
The path to Dublin started in New Orleans, where she was born and eventually studied fiction writing amongst the sounds of jazz wind instruments.
This is not a cliche, because she went to the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, more famous for its jazz programme than its silent writing students in the attic.
She continued to New York, working as a journalist and web editor at magazines like Gourmet, Glamour and The Onion (she's most proud of the latter).
She loves Mapped almost as much as she loves dogs.
You can follow Randall on Twitter.