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The heatmap shows the places people like, based on the number of panoramio photos at each place in the world. The dark areas have few photos, the red areas have more and the yellow areas have a large number of photos geotagged. The hottest places have markers linking photos, streetview, wikipedia, wikivoyage, foursquare and google plus articles about the site. The place names are selected by the wikipedia readership numbers and foursquare checkins. Area populations are based on the geonames database. Street level heatmaps are available for top 15000 places in the world, sorted by the number of photos in an area of a size of a few square kilometers around the place center.

OpenCaching Get a Device GPSMAP 64 comes preloaded with the coordinates of more than 250,000 geocaches so it’s ready to start searching right out of the box. Garmin also offers a variety of lightweight, rugged, waterproof GPS handhelds perfect for geocaching. The Web 2.0 Summit Map - The Data Frame We live in a world clothed in data, and as we interact with it, we create more. Welcome to the 2011 edition of the Web 2.0 Map. This map showcases the incumbents and upstarts in our network economy, gathered around various territories that represent the Web 2.0's Points of Control. We've removed last year's acquisition mode to make room for a newly minted data layer. Pan and Zoom to explore the map, and click the icons to get some insight about each player and their position. Then, turn on the comments view or data layer to discuss the map with others and add your own ideas!

Getting Started Welcome to the geocaching community! If you still have questions after reviewing this information, we recommend that you search our Help Center or ask a question in the geocaching Forums. The Game Welcome to Erf: Meeting Women in the Real World By Eric Smith, excerpted from The Geek’s Guide to Dating. “Being clever’s a fine thing, but sometimes a boy just needs to get out of the house and meet some girls.” Such is the wisdom of Flex Mentallo, wrestler/superhero/metafictional comic book character. He’s advising the angsty teen who not only is Flex’s creator but may also be on the verge of destroying reality and preventing a group of fictional superheroes from becoming real and . . . well, it’s a Grant Morrison story, so let’s stop there, before the metaphysics get too thick. The point is, Flex is right: the real world is the natural habitat of most women.

Geocacher University - Minefield I’ve divided the process of your first geocache hunt into seven steps. It may be that some of these steps are more basic than you need. If so, feel free to move on to the next page using the links provided at the top of each section. Urban Population Map Close Source United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), Population Division special updated estimates of urban population as of October 2011, consistent with World Population Prospects: The 2010 revision and World Urbanization Prospects: The 2009 revision. Graphic presentation of data based on The Guardian, 27 July 2007. This map is stylized and based on an approximate scale. It does not reflect a position by UNICEF on the legal status of any country or territory or the delimitation of any frontiers.

CacheMate Price: $8 USDRequirements: Palm OS® 3.0 or later Versions for other platforms are also available. CacheMate™ is a database for tracking GPS cache hunts. You can store information about caches or benchmarks, decode hints, and transfer data between CacheMate and the MemoPad application. Registered users can import LOC and GPX formatted XML files, which are available from Features: Sony/HandEra/Palm hi-res supportPalm OS® 5/6 compatibilityScrollable color "overview" displayMultiple database supportEditable cache type listSupport for the Palm OS® Find systemImport/Export data with MemoPadGeocaching hint decoderRecord bookmarking"Nearest caches" search with GPS supportBluetooth GPS supportJog wheel supportImport/Export waypoints using GPX and LOC XML filesPlugin application supportWaypoint projectionMemory card support (see documentation for details)

Stanford trio explore success formula for Reddit posts ( —Marketers and other new media workers hoping for traffic payoffs will want to study a paper by three Stanford University scientists who have pulled apart the nature of Reddit posts to determine what, beyond quality of content, constitutes success. "What's in a name? Understanding the Interplay between Titles, Content, and Communities in Social Media," shows what a clever use of mathematics can do in getting to the secret sauce of a successful post.

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