The levels vary by city.
I feel like I'm getting a contact high from way over here.
Carlos Pedro used to body surf. Now he heads up a project to map Rocinha slum using handwritten algorithms.
We have a strange, sad way of leaving things behind.
The only people for this Google e-book are the mad ones.
The internet has the flu, and we're all red states now.
Maps are no longer just maps: they let us be flies on infinite walls; omniscient passersby wandering through surreal landscapes and curious explorers.
They look like cut-scenes from the next installment of Grand Theft Auto. It’s not. This is Google Earth, reimagined in glorious real-time 3D, available soon on your mobile phone. It’s Google at its finest, another earnest step in the company’s
It's true, guys: We're living in the Golden Age of crowd-sourcing our information. With the recent announcement that the age-old cornerstone of academic fact-finding, the Encyclopaedia Britannica, will "soon be out of print":http://www.reuters.com/ar…
If you have no idea what I'm talking about, I suggest heading over to Google Maps right now and selecting the "8-Bit Quest Map" option. Note that, "Your system may not meet the minumum requirements for 8-bit computations." It's worth exploring a bit;…