Yeah, it’s not much, but you can see Polaris way up on the north and Orion there in the left middle. It’s flipped left/right because of the naive translation of coordinates (alternately because we’re looking at the sphere inside out).
I haven’t found a good flat map of the entire celestial sphere like this. I guess it’s not very useful since we’re used to seeing half the sky unprojected, not distorted like this. And the “north pole” in our case is Polaris; not acceptable to distort it to hell like Google Mercator. OTOH we’re so used to looking at online maps this way.. Even Wikisky is using a curved projection.
Here’s a slightly fancied up plot with star names and color for brightness.
And same presentation with the Mollweide projection