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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Tom Coates tagged maps

For a start they're all gorgeous, but more importantly they're pushing all my maps and geo buttons right now, what with Fire Eagle and everything.

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It's really beautiful. I've spent at least an hour roaming around it over the last few days.

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The Ordnance Survey has a great opportunity to support creative work around geo as well as new business opportunities by more liberal terms for opening up its data, but chooses not to explore them. It is aggravating.

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I really really like this. I think it's because it's so simple a tool, so completely understated, that it totally could be a little desktop application. I can see this being genuinely useful to a whole bunch of people.

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A significant improvement in an interesting balance between the London Underground maps and a street map. Very nice.

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Frankly it's a pile of balls. Firstly it represents legally atheistic countries as Christian, does not distinguish between radically different sects of the same religion and totally ignores polytheistic religions. Judaism gets a particularly hard represen

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I got 36. I can't tell if that's good or not. I suspect it's not the greatest.

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All you have to do is go to the site, find the place you grew up in or your current home on the site and then leave a marker complete with your postcode and the dataset builds itself. Totally public domain. Very cool.

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Yahoo and Flickr now have good maps for Britain and the rest of Europe as well, which should help the whole geotagging thing really fly outside the US. I've known this was coming for a while, but it doesn't make its arrival any less welcome...

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If you're looking to do mapping projects around open geo data, then having a significant data source like the location of all London Underground stations has got to be useful...

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