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Monday, 17 December 2007


I had just started to assimilate a relatively new term for me - "neogeography" courtesy of Wikimapia, Google Earth, Wikipedia, Blinkgeo and Slashgeo. I have been in awe at the wonders what crowdsourcing could do to facilitate a more user generated supported and verified geospatial data that is free for all.

Recently, the spamming aspect of geospatial data or more appropriately "MapSpamming" has come of note.

Here are a few explainations on how "MapSpamming" works.

Yahoo Local Mapspam now appearing near you


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