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Bookmarks tagged with “mapping”

  1. Flickr: Contacts Photo Browser

    Example of OpenLayers using clickable images in a vector layer.

  2. Viewing Large Images – OpenLayers, GSIV, ModestMaps, DeepZoom, and Python « Itinerant Source

    Someone looking at different ways to display very large, pannable, zoomable images on the web.

  3. Code: Flickr Developer Blog » Flickr Shapefiles Public Dataset 1.0

    I keep seeing cool code stuff whizz by and I’m not making anything with it. May need to ringfence time from other commitments just to *do* something.

  4. Here & There — a horizonless projection in Manhattan

    I’ve seen these in the flesh and they are very lovely. And a satisfying size. Well done Jack.

  5. Support OpenStreetMap Donate Now

    OpenStreetMap are trying to raise £10,000 to buy a new API database server for their fantastic work. (via Simon Willison)

  6. ColorBrewer Intro - Selecting Good Color Schemes for Maps

    Handy tool for making color ranges for use on maps, via that Oakland Crimespotting heat maps post.

  7. Oakland crime maps XI: how close, and how bad? (tecznotes)

    Thought process on making heat maps out of the Oakland Crimespotting data. (via Simon Willison)

  8. Boundaries

    Completely awesome thing from Tom Taylor. Shows the shapes of areas based on how people have tagged their geo-located Flickr photos.

  9. Locating Postboxes - Dracos.co.uk

    Matthew Somerville’s new thing — help locate post boxes for OpenStreetMap etc.

  10. Webkuehn.de - Geocoordinates from Wikipedia for Google Earth

    That’s a lot of locations. Not sure what I’d do it with it but just in case… (via Plasticbag)

  11. Google Maps - Treo

    Official Google Maps app for the Treo. Works a treat. All it needs now is walking directions…

  12. Walk It - A step in the right direction

    Fantastic. Gives you walking directions from A to B in central London. Google et al only do driving directions, which are very different. (via Haddock)

  13. Google Cartography

    Does a Space Syntax kind of thing using Google Maps. I haven’t tried it, but looks interesting. (via Blackbeltjones)

  14. Ogle Earth: Center of Gravity II

    Finding the “centre of gravity” of a number of points in Google Earth. (via Kottke)

  15. Geograph British Isles - photograph every grid square!

    IS this new or have I just not seen it before? “Aims to collect a geographically representative photograph for every square kilometre of the British Isles.” Lovely. Nice Google Earth integration too. (via Tim/twisty)

  16. Digitally Distributed Environments

    Weblog with, currently, lots of models of London buildings for Google Earth.

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