SUNDOG 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 10:22 AM
STAFF BLOG 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 9:01 AM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND Google Doodle Contests!
Working at an online school means that I spend a ton of time online and that I use online resources for almost every part of my being. From directions to addresses to the schools course management, ww... Posted on 5/4/12 at 9:15 AM
THE CONNECTED WIRE The Democratization of Content
(This post originally appeared on The Connected Wire)
As the internet becomes even more ubiquitous, more services are becoming available that make it even easier to create and distribute content. Ser... Posted on 1/16/12 at 6:07 PM
Though an $82 million endeavor to bring high-speed Internet service to rural Lake, Cook and eastern St. Louis counties will stop shy of Duluth’s city limits, it could still bode well for the community’s efforts to court Google’s investment in a local fiber network.
Even if Duluth and Superior don’t win the contest to become Google’s test market for new, super-fast Internet access, the community effort has produced positive results, according to one of the people involved in the effort.
The community group trying to persuade Google to test a super-fast Internet service in the Northland managed to keep the “Twin” in Twin Ports on Tuesday, heading off the potential loss of Superior from the Google Twin Ports Fiber Initiative.
In 1907, U.S. Steel rolled out plans for a massive production facility in western Duluth. The plant was built, rejuvenating our city and region, redefining us as a hard-working cog of heavy industry, and bringing prosperity and generations of good-paying jobs.
Mayor Don Ness is leading the charge for the city to become a test market for Google’s new community initiative — 1 gigabit-per-second “fiber optic to the home’’ Internet access that’s 100 times faster than current broadband speeds.
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