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map.jpgLocation based photos are here! Anyone can easily(ish) add photos by adding three tags to a picture, a “geo:lat=xx.xxx”, “geo:lon=xx.xxx” and “geotagged” tag. Then you can either wait for the system to pick it up from the RSS stream for “geotagged” or you add a link to “www.geobloggers.com”. When the link is clicked the site automagically looks up the photo pages you’ve just come from and searches it for “lat” and “lon” tags. Link.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. Thickey says:

    I have been working on something along the same lines.

    http://www.thickey.co.uk/gmaps/

    At the moment it has some limits but its good for a per user basis

  2. NessieVL says:

    How do people keep making these google maps +craiglist or +flickr combos? am I missing some google API or update to my google hacks book?

  3. jimbumgardner says:

    There is much discussion of this app, how it works and how to use it in the Flickr Hacks group at Flickr, where the authors originally announced it. Also many other flickr-hacking-related subjects of interest to the Make community.

  4. Thickey says:

    NessieVL – take a look at mygmaps.com this site has all the info you need.

  5. surfall says:

    Flickr + Google Maps is available at http://www.globefeed.com

  6. surfall says:

    Flickr + Google Maps is available at http://www.globefeed.com

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