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Sustainable Rotterdam

The city is re-inventing itself

Geotagging Rotterdam

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

I'd love to provide you a detailed review of last weekend, comprising Open Monumentendag and De Wereld van de Witte de With. However, I don't have much time for this.

Instead, you can check the pictures as you browse Rotterdam at Google Maps. For a while, I've been geotagging all the pictures at Flickr with loc.alize.us; a simple to use tool to geotag and display pictures from Flick.


Want to contribute with your own pictures? Use loc.alize.us, geotag them, add "sustainablerotterdam" tag. Let's cover the map!

Note: Flickr just released an integrated geotagging service, however I personally find that the quality of its satellite pictures makes it difficult to define the exact location. In addition, loc.alize.us looks really neat.


posted by Oriol P., 12:41 PM

1 Comments:

loc.alize.us is a great service for geotagging your photos from Flickr, but another alternative is Panoramio where you can upload and mapp your photos in Google Maps through a bulk uploading web-based interface. Also, you can later watch the photos in Google Earth KML feed, a much better experience than web based maps.

Eduardo
commented by Anonymous Eduardo Manchon, 4:55 PM  

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