Tag Archives: geography

Magic Lantern links

Since I’m fascinated by magic lanterns, here are few links to sites with vintage slides of them: At EVE (Everyone’s Virtual Exhibition) there is a huge collection of magic lantern slides divided in gallery like Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, … Continue reading

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Map Fold-outs

The Map Projections site offers many printable versions of Polyhedral Maps and Map Fold-outs – Print, cut, fold and glue paper polyhedra to create your own pseudoglobe. Very cool! I’m planning to assemble a Truncated Icosahedron model, but I’m afraid … Continue reading

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National Geography Pictures

I never had the curiosity of take a look on the National Geographic Online until see this amusing gallery of nature pictures, posted by ponchorama. After saw the stunning images of that gallery I made a nice travel through the … Continue reading

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Greenwood’s Maps of London

Make a travel through Greenwood’s Map of London 1827. This have to be more fun for people that know London, but I liked it. Travel clicking on the map or selecting the place names. There are information about the history … Continue reading

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More from Google Earth and Maps

Tools to use with Google Maps and Google Earth via Going My Way: – KML Generator here and here, with some extras; – Gmap Extras is a Greasemonkey script to insert extra goodies into the standard Google Maps interface. Plus: … Continue reading

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Google Maps Hybrid Mode

I tested this just today Google Maps Hybrid Mode mixing the map with the satellite photo, with metro stations, bus lines and something more. Super cool! But is available only in the US, Canada, and the UK. I want a … Continue reading

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Google Earth Hacks

If you loved the Google Earth you will like the Google Earth Hacks with lots of downloads, information and hacks for Google Earth. The download session has 272 files but still growing. And you can ask for help on the … Continue reading

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How to GPS Tag Photos

How To GPS Tag Photos: Flickr, Mappr, Google Earth….. Go read this very cool Make post to know more. And if you didn’t download and try Google Earth till now, go do it first and have a lot of fun. … Continue reading

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FeedMap: Where Blogs Meet Maps. I added my blog there and still thinking if I will put a button here or not. But what is FeedMap? Using FeedMap you can geo-code your blog, browse already geo-coded blogs and search for … Continue reading

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Firefox extension to GeoURL

I like to see this kind of thing: a new Firefox extension to a cool tool. This time, the cool tool is GeoURL. With the new Firefox GeoURL extension you can a list of any registered sites at or around … Continue reading

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