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Recent Additions and Changes:Single-user access code: lower priceNew Windows edition (Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP compatible)Macintosh OSX edition (Leopard, Snow Leopard compatible)Added review by Prof. Charles IngraoEU focus (for example, see the EU in 2008)Color schemesRead about the creator of CentenniaCentennia Software's home port is now Conanicut Island USA CENTENNIA is a map-based guide to the history of Europe and the Middle East from the beginning of the 11th century to the present.
It is a dynamic, animated historical atlas including over 9,000 border changes. The map controls evolve the map forward or backward in time bringing the static map to life. From Kevin Kelly's review of Centennia which was published in the Whole Earth Catalog: "As a kid I dreamed of maps that would move; I got what I wanted in Centennia. Professor Charles Ingrao, Purdue University wrote: The Collection.
It’s a Google Streetmap of history: How our famous landmarks looked up to 170 years ago. By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 07:19 GMT, 7 November 2011 A website has taken the notion of the 'Now and Then' photo to another level with their 'Google Streetmap of history' which allows people to see what a British street looked like 10, 20 or even 100 years ago.
Like a photographic trip down memory lane, the phone app allows users to 'pin' photos to places on the map meaning you can see how the world has changed since the photo was taken, and read the stories behind the area. A vibrant Cambridge Market in the 1900's and today with several marquees in place It means people can see how the likes of London's Oxford Street and Wembley stadium, Cambridge city centre, or even Brighton pier, have developed over the past 170 years - just as it would appear on Google Streetmap. Historypin was founded by Oxford graduate and former teacher Nick Stanhope, CEO of London-based 'We Are What We Do', a non-profit company created in 2010. 'Everyone has history to share.