This page has links to web sites offering maps, mapping software, atlas and more. I am particularly interest in Microstock maps. Microstock refers to royalty free images that one can use in web or other published projects.
Map Resources (www.mapresources.com) Site sells royalty free digital maps.
OpenStreetMap (www.openstreetmap.org) Open Street Map is free world map created by contributing users.
Protophoto Maps (maps.protophoto.com) I started geocoding pictures on ProtoPhoto and use maps drawn from OpenStreetMap to display the maps.
CommunityWalk (www.communitywalk.com) CommunityWalk is a website that is dedicated to providing a powerful yet simple and easy to use interface for creating informational, interactive, and engaging maps.
Waymarking (www.waymarking.com) Waymarking has information on unique and interesting points around the globe.
Open Source GIS (opensourcegis.org) Site lists resources working on open map projects.
GPSFileDepot (www.gpsfiledepot.com) Site offers Garmin Maps, Ximage hosting, tutorials, articles and more for your GPSr.
US Nav Guide (www.usnaviguide.com) This site shows a Google map overlayed with a color coded map of zip code boundaries.
QGIS project! (www.qgis.org) QGIS is an open source map software.
Garmin (garmin.com) - review Garmin is a leading provider of personal GPS technology with a variety of GPS units, maps and charts designed for different activities from wearable watch style to handheld and mounted units to integrate into your ride.
GeoDataSource (www.geodatasource.com) Site offers databases of cities.
Mapbox (www.mapbox.com) MapBox has tools for designing and publishing maps.
Cartographica (www.macgis.com) Cartographica is designed for people who need to work with geospatial data to create maps, analyze data, convert between formats,
NDS Association (www.nds-association.org) NDS is a registered association with the vision of providing a leading world-wide map standard for automotive grade use.