December 23, 2003
Something Fun To Do With Your Digital Photos

This is neat — the World-Wide Media Exchange (WWMX) is a database of digital photos, tagged by geographic location, that anyone can contribute to and browse. So you can use it to show people where you’ve been, or see pictures from other people who’ve been to places you want to go. You can even combine photos, text, and GPS tracks to build a simple travelogue.

It’s a downright cool idea. And the weirdest part? It’s from Microsoft Research! Shouldn’t they be concentrating on owning the world or something? :-) [Seen on Joho the Blog]

Posted by Jason Lefkowitz at December 23, 2003

Pictures of the Cleveland Zoo and its animals

Posted by: Charles L. Sefcek on April 4, 2004 8:17 AM
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