Google maps is a very good site for finding usable road maps and directions. The related program “google earth” is very good for finding satellite pictures of the earths surface–but these aren’t the same as maps.
If you are looking for historical reference maps, or generic country and regional maps, I actually prefer the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at UT Austin. It consolidates many maps that are available elsewhere, and highlights the maps of places in the news (e.g. right now, the “Current Interest Maps” include those of the U.S. Drought, the Swine Flu, Afghanistan, etc.).
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