April 09, 2005
CraiGooglist: Cool housing locator hack

This (Craigslist housing ads plotted on a Google map) is what open APIs were made for. The locator balloon shows details, and even apartment pictures. Via BoingBoing.

Posted by Wendy at April 09, 2005 04:59 AM | TrackBack

I thought google maps was brilliant coding. This property listing using the same concept is even better. Actually google could have another hot product with this one.

Automobiles, memorabilia could be sold in a better way using this format. I think soon Fed ex or DHL would start using this idea on their tracker.

Posted by: Pritam Shetty on April 14, 2005 03:15 AM

An Associated Press story (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8146820/) also mentioned another free real estate site where you can find homes for sale by mapping your search results on a Google Map: http://www.cytadia.com

Posted by: Mark Wells on June 16, 2005 09:11 PM

I've written something like seven emap songs straight now where the music mapguide is complete and finished as like I regions want it, and I don't have the words. gis internet And, I've written a few where the cadd gis words are to that same point, but code map although I can hear music to set map gis them to, it's nothing solid, or it dtm isn't fully Right. That's weird for ohio gis me

Posted by: raster on July 13, 2005 01:29 PM

now you can photos with gps and map them. or just click attach them to a map. very cool stuff.

Posted by: sfphotogirl on August 19, 2005 11:15 AM
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