Best of the Blogs 4th August 2010

By on 4 August, 2010


Goggle has produced another Australian federal election mashup.

Spatialvision reports on a proposal to deliver a maps-based mashup of historic plans and images as a teaching tool for teachers in Australia.

The All points blog finds a job ad which suggests GIS professionals may need to start going to the gym.

A number of blogs including Mapperz have pointed out that OpenStreetMap is now available in Bing Maps.

Mibazaar has a map of who is tweeting from where about a fresh oil spill in the US.

Strange maps has found a map that suggested somebody once though the Atlantic was the size of a small river.

And The Map Room blog has found a cool new map of the New York Subway.

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