Category Archives: Google Maps

Geography is important, no matter what the commenter says

Tweet I usually don’t respond to comments on my blog post, but I feel the need to respond to a couple items from a recent comment posted on everyone’s favorite article on this blog. Before I start my response let me … Continue reading

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Google Maps API v2 Deprecation and GISDoctor.com Mash-Ups

Tweet The old news on the street is that the Google Maps API v2 will be deprecated in just a few weeks in May 19th 2013.  I have a few old Google mash-ups that I never upgraded to v3 of … Continue reading

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Awkward Geo-Coding

Tweet Back in the “old” days (2004-2007) I used to do a lot of geo-data cleaning for municipalities and county governments across the northeast for the consulting firm I was working for.  I was mostly cleaning address ranges on centerline datasets, checking … Continue reading

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