There is a lot of internet flack regarding mapping applications on the iPhone operating system, with Google maps validated as the best option. Now, Mashable brings us news of Plotter, an iPhone app that allows users to capitalize on social media networking to get better information. Continue reading Maps as Social Media
Here are some extra pictures of Maga’s trip to London. One of the pictures was tagged “sunday on the Thames” and I thought that sounded so relaxing and nice that I decided it should be the topic for today.
The heat in D.C. has not yet abated, but I feel like these pictures are a nice, cool way to visually beat the heat.
At the BlogWell conference two weeks ago, we tried our hand at graphical note-taking during some of the sessions. Here are a few highlights from our efforts.
Delta Airlines leads the way in customer contact – the airline has a Twitter handle specifically for dealing with customers in crisis, among other efforts. Continue reading Amateur Graphic Recording – Visual Notes from Blogwell
Today’s MOTD runs into a theme we’ve seen here before, segregating countries by the types of cuisine that they are known for. This time the country is India and you can read more about the provided map @ www.spiritualjourneys.net.