GPSTagr: geotag flickr photos using GPS. Yuan.CC Maps. Flyr - Flickr Geotagged Photos Map. GreaseMap : a Greasemonkey script to add a google map to a page. Greasemap is not the main product of Vinq -- it is just a free GPL plugin we released as a sideline to our main business of software development consulting for Fannie Mae Foundation and other large clients.
Greasemap is a "user script" for Greasemonkey, which is a plugin framework for Firefox. It augments any web page you visit by searching the page for geocodeable addresses or other geotags. If it finds any, it automatically shows all such locations on a Google Map which is injected into the page you are viewing, within an iframe from Vinq.com. The maps from Google remain interactive; you can zoom in, pan around, etc. The map will be 1 wide map if there are multiple locations found, or 2 smaller maps (an overview map and a zoomed in map) if there is just one location. Install To install Greasemap: Download and install Greasemonkey (NOTE: You may see a thin bar at the top of Firefox that says "Firefox prevented an extension from loading". Currently supported patterns Kudos Changelog. Geobloggers - geoblogger users kicking ass since May 2005.
Magnalox - magnificent GPS logs and interactive reports. Yuan.CC Flickr Tools. .CK says: The GMiF v3.5 is released.
This update version works with Firefox 1.5Beta + Greasemonkey 0.6.2 and Flock. Besides, there comes with a new user interface. The Map container is now pop-up on the photo page, not inserted between the photo and comments any more. Official release: webdev.yuan.cc/ My Group: Flickr Tools Group Download: webdev.yuan.cc/gmif/flickr.gmap.user.js 8:29PM, 5 November 2005 PDT (permalink) Geobloggers - geoblogger users kicking ass since May 2005. SmugMaps: combining the power of Google Maps with 36,000,000+ s.
GeoRDF - ESW Wiki. An RDF compatible profile for geo information (points, lines and polygons) Implementation ChrisGoad's suggestion for how GeoRDF as a flexible standard might be presented (in principle all the software projects in the informal ecology would have to implement both a simpler and a more complex profile... a vocab with three profiles, might emerge from our discussions: 1) a point profile/vocab (== the current rdfig geo), 2) a polyline/polygon profile/vocab (same in content as Mikel's geo:polygon or geoRSS, but perhaps with a point sequence option added), and 3) something along the general lines of rdfgeom.
Points RDFIG defined a simple vocabulary for expressing points on the earth in WGS84 form. <geo:Point><geo:lat>51.4</geo:lat><geo:long>-0.02</geo:long></geo:Point> <geo:lat_long>51.4,-0.02</geo:lat_long> Lines and Polygons 'simple' profile Mikel's extension of the geo schema for [mapufacture] uses lists of comma-separated lat,long pair values to describe both lines and polygons. e.g. Solids Prior Art.