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Tony has a post on Google's new My Location service. It uses mobile phone cell tower identification (so no GPS required) to give you your location on Google Maps for mobile.
Reminds me of my favourite Einstein story - he once rang his wife Elsa and asked 'where am I? And where should I be?' If only he'd had Google...
Posted at 12:46 PM in Web/Tech | Permalink
You want to get existential?
Have you ever tried using Google mentalplex search, btw?
Tony Hirst |
29/11/2007 at 03:09 PM
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