Wednesday, June 01, 2005
GMapTrack launches to help you create Google Maps hacks
GMapTrack seems to have crept up in the week that I was off! What a tool!
Here is the description from the site welcome:
gmaptrack allows you to create and place your own information onto Google Maps, and share with others.
It is currently in beta, with the intention of showing the possibilities of Google Maps integration. It is not official or authorised by Google in any way, and relies on Google allowing third party access to their maps by others. For those who have read about the craigslist + Google Maps site, this site will allow you to create your own set of customised Google Maps.
Now I'm just hoping this site sets up an RSS feed for it's user-created hacks! Get busy creating your Google Maps hacks, and be sure to post the ones that you create in the comments section!
Posted by Mike Pegg at 8:58 PM