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Around the World in 80000 lat/lon pairs.
I got a bit obsessed with Around The World in 80 Days, and went looking for a data set showing the journey. It turns out there wasn't one, so I went and made it. [more inside]
Google Images for Slack
I've written a little web service that lets you search Google Image Search from Slack. I've found it to be a good companion to giphy. Here's the code and instructions to set it up. [more inside]
A straightforward web interface for geocoding addresses in a CSV (or other delimited text file) and visualizing the results on a map as you go. Spits out CSV and GeoJSON. [more inside]
Project It Yourself!
With an accompanying intro and arty blog post, Project it Yourself rethinks map projections and lets you make new ones from scratch, with nothing more than household math.
An ad-hoc, location-specific messageboard. Grabs your location and creates a messageboard based on messages sent by the people around you; the more messages there are near you, the more geographically-focused your messageboard is. Hopefully useful as a backchannel for conference talks, protest demonstrations and more. Photos, files, OpenID, ActivityStreams and APIs to come.
Map of Cleveland Neighborhoods
Looking for a map of Cleveland and its neighborhoods [some neighborhoods are still missing], ready to print for a 3x4 wall ? Here it is ! Similar to this map [Large PDF] from New York City’s Planning Commission.. [more inside]
Spatial Tech Blog
I have recently been handed the keys to my business' website and I have decided to turn the front page into a blog all about spatial technologies (like GIS, Google Earth, GPS etc) in education. There are plenty of resources, news and activities there, mainly for educators. [more inside]