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2005.02.08

Google Mapping

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Well now, Google is just about ready to make everything else on the web look cheap and dumb.  First GMAIL and now Google Maps.  As Dave Mandl says, "Wow...Blows away Mapquest and anything else on the web."  Totally.  Click and drag features, multiple location searches, multiple types of searches and multiple directions at once make this above and beyond everything.  AND, once you have found your locations, you can make hyperlinks to them for your emails of for your weblog posts.  It doesn't work in Safari, but Firefox works better anyways.

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question: urban legend starting that this service will allow anyone who has a telephone number to map that number by entering it...true?

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