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Podcast: Where Should Mapmakers Put the Hollywood Sign?

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Tuesday, March 20th 2012


This week the world learned that Garmin would adjust how its devices route users to the famous Hollywood sign, which stands in the Hollywood hills above Los Angeles. The devices will not route to the sign itself, but rather to one of two viewing areas. Is this best practice or can of worms?

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Show Notes

EarthSpots.com > Hollywood Sign, United States: Coordinates, Description & Comments
Hollywood Sign - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Trust for Public Land - Hollywood Sign Sweepstakes
Hang Out In the Restricted Hollywood Sign Area - CurbedWire - Curbed LA
Hollywood Sign - Hollywood - Hollywood, CA - Yelp
BBC News - Local anger as GPS boosts Hollywood sign tourist influx
Anger as GPS drives tourists to Hollywood icon
Relocating the Hollywood Sign for GPS Navigation Purposes - All Points Blog


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