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OpenAddresses.org Building a Free Worldwide Database of Addresses

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Tuesday, April 20th 2010


A shiny new user driven effort, OpenAddresses.org, aims to build a worldwide database of addresses. Will it work? Will citizens of the world participate? What will it be used for? And will it encourage address development in areas without existing addresses?

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The new version of ArcGIS Explorer is now available for download. This release includes updated basemaps from ArcGIS Online; free, unlimited use of Bing Maps; improved access to geoprocessing services; and enhanced symbol management. To download ArcGIS Explorer for free, visit www.esri.com/arcgisexplorer.

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OpenAddresses.org, a community web site for the management of free and open addresses has been launched (press release)
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