Google's Infinite Map
Monday, Feb 07, 2005
Today Google released Google Maps into Google Labs. Regular readers know that even though I work at the big G I don't make a habit or rah-rahing every new thing that comes out of the plex, but I've got to say I love Google Maps. It just works so well.

Give it a shot. Search for, perhaps, Pizza near Sunnyvale (Jakes of Sunnyvale is the best, by the way) or United Nations in New York. Easily get directions to or fro, and then take the map for a spin by changing the scale or dragging it like an infinite piece of paper in realtime. Seriously, this thing is slick.

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