I’ve been a big fan of Google Maps ever since it’s public release. The graphics are great. The ability to pan is cool. The API makes for some really neat mashups. Yes, Google Maps are fabulous, but the beta of Yahoo Maps is better. If you’ve used Yahoo Maps before, the “old” service is still […]
Technology really is pretty cool. I’ve extolled the virtues of Flickr and Google Earth before, but now a guy by the name of Rob Roy has linked the two together with FlickrFly. FlickrFly adds a nifty little “Fly to this location” link to your properly geotagged photo. Clicking the link (assuming you’ve installed Google Earth), […]
Not to be outdone by the excellent third-party Google Map hacks, Google has come out with a hack of their own. Google Ride Finder is an awesome application that uses GPS signals from taxis and plots them on the map. You can see exactly how many taxis are available in your area, and exactly where […]
Paul Rademacher has done a good thing. He’s combined Craig’s List with Google Maps to create an outrageously cool tool that lets you search for houses (or rooms, etc.) on a map. Brilliant!