Very cool. Google introduced Hybrid Mode into their mapping application at some point this weekend. Now in addition to a traditional map view and an overhead satellite view, just click the Hybrid button to see a combination of the two!
Alright, this time I really am following through on my threat to create a Maps category. This link however, isn’t a third party mashup but courtesy of the smart lads and lasses at Google to celebrate the anniversary of the first moon landing. Check out Google Moon to see imagery of the moon with data [...]
It seems like it’s about time to create a Google Maps category here at SkaroffBlog since the interesting links continue to pile up. This one is for all my “peeps” in NYC. onNYTurf presents the Google Map NYC-Subway Hack. One of the more interesting hacks I’ve seen since they overlay the actual routes on the [...]
If you’ve been reading for a while you know I’m both overly impressed and a bit obsessed with Google and its continually expanding treasure trove of new web technologies. I rave about Gmail (ask me for an invite if you’d like an account), and I love to show off Google Maps to anyone who hasn’t [...]
Via Blinq, another in the continuing saga of GoogleMaps mashups. Grabbing data from gasbuddy and superimposing it on a map, Ahding.com has the Cheap Gas finder. Cheapest gas right now in Philly is only $1.97 at the Hess on Lancaster Ave. I think I paid $2.11 at the Wawa on Aramingo Ave yesterday. In tech [...]
I posted the other day and briefly mentioned Yahoo’s new traffic RSS feed. If you fed it your city name or zip code it would give you an XML file with current traffic information. Cool, but not that practical for most people. Well now Greg has tied it all together with GoogleMaps. Tell it your [...]