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Google Maps Changes US Base Data, Adds Parcels and Crowdsourcing

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Tuesday, October 13th 2009


This past week Google prompted a flurry of discussion by announcing some changes to its data and functionality in Google Maps. There's new data and new feedback tools and some anxiety in the geospatial world. Our editors separate fact from fiction and offer our take on the implications of these changes.

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ArcGIS Web Mapping APIs provide organizations with the tools necessary to create visually rich, cross-browser, and cross-platform GIS Web applications. The ArcGIS Web Mapping APIs are free for noncommercial use. You can learn more about the ArcGIS Web Mapping APIs for Flex, Javascript, and Silverlight and how to access them at www.esri.com/mappingapis.

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Parcel Sightings on Google Maps - All Points Blog
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Google's Michael Jones on Crowdsourcing - Directions Magazine
The ENTCHEV GIS Blog: Parcels in Google Maps? Yes!
James Fee GIS Blog » Blog Archive » Google Maps Now Uses Their Own Map Data
Provide Feedback to Google On Map Errors - All Points Blog
Google Geo Developers Blog: Map data updates for the United States
Google LatLong: Your world, your map
Google: Please Talk to Us - All Points Blog
Google Resets its Data Providers - All Points Blog
Google Confirms Partnership for Parcel Data - All Points Blog


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