What is a graticule?
1 November 2019
In cartography, a graticule is a network of lines representing meridians and parallels, on which a map or plan can be represented. On many maps of the world, the gridlines of latitude and longitude allow you to get a sense of where a location or area is relative to the poles, the equator, or east/west in a hemisphere.
On this site, Graticule is the pattern or framework that blog-like content appears in.
To quote Brent Simmons on his inessential blog, 'Old proverb: “The best time to start a blog is 20 years ago. The second-best time is today.'"