Late last May I was driving north from home when I saw a car coming down the hill with a prominent tower atop its roof; I was pretty sure it was a Google Streetview vehicle, but could no get my phone out of lock mode to take a photo, but I did the next best […]
I read a feed, clicked a link, clicked another, and another, and lost my path, but here I am at FeedMap:
FeedMap = Blogs + Maps
Using FeedMap you can geo-code your blog, browse already geo-coded blogs and search for blogs. Once geo-coded, you can get your own BlogMap location using a simple url that allows you to network with your local bloggers and much more!
In theory, it generates a dynamic map with other geo-located bloggers nearby, plus creates an OPML file, brings you coffee, etc.
I monkeyed around enough to get my own…
The add-ons for Google Maps seem as vast and wide as the places you can click and swoop through there, especially once you go past the First Google Map Thing (finding your own house). A nice example is the Google Areometer, which allows you to click to place points on a map, and once a […]
If you hear things repeated enough and from different sources, they grow into self truths, and next thing you know you help to spread them. In a week it is an Urban Legend. It’s interesting to see how some new tools can help poke holes in folk tales. Have you ever repeated the old adage […]