October 24th | Through the Google lens: search trends October 17-23

So what’s the word on the (internet) street these days? Search trends has you covered with the latest news that had everyone talking this past week. The hard goodbyeThis week, […]

October 24th | The Seattle Coffee Map

Apparently there are one or two places to get a good cup of coffee in Seattle. If too much choice confuses then you might want to check out Seattle Eater’s […]

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Map Out the Trash

I’ve always liked the potential of the Google Maps API for creating applications to help citizens report local problems to local government. For example, in the UK FixMyStreet.com allows anyone […]

Mapping the New London

Whereabouts London is an experiment in redefining the boundaries of London neighborhoods based on how people live and not on the physical geography of where they live. Using data from […]

700 Red Dots & 4,000 Holes

Clickhole has created a static map of 700 Red Dots in the USA. The map is an effective visualization of a remarkable number of red dots throughout the US. However the […]

Mapping the Ebola Response

The OpenStreetMap of Guéckédou before HOT mapping The current Ebola outbreak started in Guéckédou, in southeastern Guinea. The disease soon spread to other nearby Guinea towns and then to Liberia […]

Housing Density in Melbourne

Last week Maps Mania posted about the The Melbourne Bike Crash Map from the City Science Group at Monash University. The City Science Group has also created an interesting map of […]

A Year of Earthquakes Mapped

Last year there were over 6,000 earthquakes with a magnitude of over 4.5. A Year of Earthquakes is an interactive map plotting all the earthquakes around the world in 2013. […]

An inbox that works for you

Posted by Sundar Pichai, SVP, Android, Chrome & AppsCross-posted on the Official Google Blog Today, we’re introducing something new. It’s called Inbox. Years in the making, Inbox is by the […]

An inbox that works for you

Today, we’re introducing something new. It’s called Inbox. Years in the making, Inbox is by the same people who brought you Gmail, but it’s not Gmail: it’s a completely different […]


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