Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Google For the Defense

The list of new uses for Google maps keeps growing - hacking the searchable program into interactive directions for finding cheap gas, free Wi-Fi, homes for sale, etc.

Google For the Defense

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Googlemaps1 The list of new uses for Google maps keeps growing - hacking the searchable program into interactive directions for finding cheap gas, free Wi-Fi, homes for sale, etc.

How about beating traffic tickets?

A story making the rounds today comes from a New York City driver, using a laptop in court to  discredit a police officer's testimony. Saved $200 plus points. Story here in Gear Live.

Jason
Posted 07/20/2005 07:43:06 PM
Google Maps doesn't integrate with Google Moon

http://www.jasontconnell.com/albums/jason/album6/gettothemoon.jpg

http://moon.google.com

It uses the same software!  Amazingly I thought of something that google didn't :D
Daniel Rubin
Posted 07/20/2005 07:51:33 PM
Impressive. Does it show gas stations along the way?
Jason
Posted 07/20/2005 07:52:43 PM
Only space stations...
Albert
Posted 07/21/2005 12:02:07 PM
I haven't heard the whole story on this because gearlive has been /.'d but I wonder if Google Maps could have been wrong in stating it was a one way street.  I know that they're not 100% with one way streets as I found out this past weekend while heading up to East Reservoir Park.
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