Just when I think I’ve had enough of google maps, someone goes and surprises me. This epic output mashing up data from the swineflu epidemic has certainly bowled me over. Is it really from a biomedical research in Pittsburgh?
A community generated Google Map that allows you to locate street art around the globe.
Not exactly cutting edge, but here’s how I chose to display the latest UK unemployment figures. (Click on the pins to see the stats).
The best bit about using Google Maps is that the comments feature allows our users to share their views on stories without having to use our antiquated forums and saves me the time of having to scroll through shed loads of emails and reformat them into an artice (madness, but that’s often the only solution).
Crazy hectic day. Back to back meetings and fiddly bits of work like creating a Google Map to show how the UK compares to the rest of Europe in terms of teenage birth rates. The answer is badly.