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This is third in a series of posts on a side project of mine, NJ Parcels. Read the first and the second parts. In the summer of 2015, we decided to get takeout from a local Greek place. We were … Continue reading
This is the second in a series of articles regarding a side project of mine, NJParcels.com. Read the first article here. Read part three here. Once GlassboroMap and NJ Parcels started to get considerable traffic, I began receiving emails asking for … Continue reading
How will our location-based services be perceived by the public? Will our smart web maps be seen as black magic? Continue reading
Just because you have a hammer doesn’t mean you’re going to start hitting people with it. Intentionally crippling a web service and reducing accessibility should always be seen as a major step backwards. Continue reading
Google Latitude has been updated to incorporate new features that make it easier to share your location data. A website badge has been created that shows your most recent position on a web page. You can see an example of … Continue reading