SUNDOG: MARKETING + TECHNOLOGY Google Maps With Multiple Labelled Dynamic Markers
Here is some code that I wanted to share that will let you embed multiple markers in your map with dynamic labels.
I looked around on the internet but couldnt really find much help so I decided to cr... Posted on 7/12/13 at 9:22 AM
ASTRO BOB Is Earth under attack by Google Sky glitches?
Last June, a Web user happened to notice an artifact in Google Sky, a site that features several different star atlases you can drill down into to see closeups of nebulas, galaxies and stars. It's a... Posted on 10/31/12 at 8:01 AM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE On a Quest with Google Maps
When you travel, it's important to remember the necessary stuff -- i.d., extra cash, charge or debit card, spare underwear.And, on a recent overnight foray, I did, but despite checking and rechecking,... Posted on 8/16/12 at 11:35 AM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY How Google is helping me mine for gold
Awhile back my daughter was assigned to draw a picture of her parents at work. She drew a picture of my husband in front of a chalkboard with the words, "My dad teaches chemistry at a college." For my... Posted on 6/28/11 at 3:12 PM
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