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Randy Rodgers

Jauntful - 8 views

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    Site lets users create interactive maps of any location. Users add pins, then share stories or information, images, etc. Could be a good tool for students learning about historical places, local communities, etc. Also a good tool for writing short expository texts.
Fred Delventhal

Online Mind Mapping and Brainstorming app - SpiderScribe - 19 views

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    SpiderScribe is an online mind mapping and brainstorming tool. It lets you organize your ideas by connecting notes, files, calendar events, etc. in free-form maps. You can collaborate and share those maps online!
Dean Mantz

OpenHeatMap - 18 views

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    Take data from a spreadsheet and create a visual map.
Fred Delventhal

The History of Location Technology [INFOGRAPHIC] - 8 views

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    DEN Geocaching Day is Saturday, May 22
Christine Southard

Go out. Go discover. Go share. Gowalla. - 16 views

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    Where are you?
Randy Rodgers

pearltrees - 8 views

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    Interesting site for bookmark management, sharing resources, discussions in a visual, webbing format.
Fred Delventhal

HowStuffWorks "How GPS Receivers Work" - 0 views

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    In this article, we'll find out how these handy guides pull off this amazing trick. As we'll see, the Global Positioning System is vast, expensive and involves a lot of technical ingenuity, but the fundamental concepts at work are quite simple and intuitive.
Jennifer Dorman

Scribble Maps - Draw on google maps with scribblings and more! - 0 views

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    Scribble Maps is the quick and easy way to rapidly make and share maps! With Scribble Maps you can: - Draw shapes and Scribble! - Place Markers and text - Create a Custom Widget - Save as KML/GPX - Send maps to friends Whether it is planning a vacation, or plotting a hiking trail, Scribble Maps can help you out! Note: Menu button is in the top left corner.
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    Draw on Google maps with scribbles, squares, circles, and more!
Fred Delventhal

7 Things You Should Know About Geolocation | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

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    Geolocation, also called geotagging, is the practice of associating a digital resource with a physical location. A photographer, for example, might include the longitude and latitude coordinates for where a picture was taken, allowing others to pinpoint that location on a map. Increasingly, geolocation is being applied to infrastructure components and end-user devices for the purpose of knowing where people are. This additional layer of location data can make resources much more useful to a broad range of users.
Fred Delventhal

whos.amung.us - maps - 0 views

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    With our maps you get to see exactly where your site visitors are from - live! Our maps update themselves on your site without having to reload the whole page. Add a map today!
Jennifer Dorman

MapSkip - Places Have Stories! - 0 views

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    MapSkip makes the world a canvas for our stories and photos. It is an ancient human instinct to share our life stories with others, as the paintings and hand prints in stone-age caves show. And many of our stories are about places. Where we fell in love, had the dream vacation, took that great picture or, well, joined the rebellion. And then there are the many other places that anchor our lives - where we live, eat, work and have fun.
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