Category Archives: maps

Where are you?


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Bye Bye Sprint, Cell ya later!


Thinking about moving away from Sprint now that I can hopefully unlock my Treo 650 from the evil clutches of the marginal Sprint signal here in Southern Oregon.   With a theoretically robust national network and a top of the line phone you’d think … Continue reading

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Go Google Go. Mashups for the Masses


Google Maps strikes again with enhanced mashupability.   Google maps is clearly the leader in mapping which is curious because there are many other excellent mapping systems that are similar: Yahoo maps, MSN maps, Mapquest, and several more. Google, as usual, … Continue reading

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James Kim’s body found in Rogue River Wilderness.


The comments section has a lot more about this story. James Kim is not alive. My sincere condolences go out to his wife and children. I know their safety was his top concern and he’d be so glad to know … Continue reading

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Kim Family Search summary


Family help website is here: http://jamesandkati.com Tip Line – (800) 452-7888 Outside of Oregon 503-375-3555 and 503-731-3030 [MOM and Kids are SAFE.   Looking for James in Bear Camp area as of 3pm Monday] 1:12 pm Monday, December 4, 2006. … Continue reading

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Mashup Camp 2 – Google Maps and Calendar mashup


Patrick Chanezon from Google is talking about and showing his excellent concept to mashup Google Maps and Google Calendar. This is a natural combination and it seems like a lot of applications would benefit from plotting events data spacially like … Continue reading

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Mashup Camp Attendr Mashup


Jeff Marshall has a great application,, Attendr, showing those coming to Mashup Camp tomorrow.   He’s brought a great solution to one of the key conference problems – finding and identifying folks you want to meet.   Unfortunately only a small … Continue reading

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