Bo Adler’s Map Mashup

July 13, 2010

Bo Adler, a regular at Quantified Self Show&Tell meetups in the Bay Area, describes a mapping mashup he built for his naturalist friends who work with Outdoor Education groups. He wanted to capture their location from the pictures they are taking along the Pacific Crest trail, from Mexico to Canada. Find out what he learned from the power of location.

Bo Adler on Map Mashup – Bay Area QS#13 from Gary Wolf on Vimeo.

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