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Homework – You must hand in the Final version of Criteria A and B on Wednesday May 4 for marking.

Lesson 1 – Open data talks – http://www.data.gov/  US Open Data Sets   – UK Govt http://data.gov.uk/resources - listen to Nigel Shadwell on linking data on the ‘Semantic Web’

Lesson 2 – Let’s look at some more open data sets – http://itgsopedia.wikispaces.com/2.6+Government+information+sites

map mashups – http://blog.programmableweb.com/2008/02/26/environmental-activists-discover-mashups/

Look at Mibazaar – http://blog.mibazaar.com/ for Google Map and Tweet mashups

This is a tweet mashup for the Middle East – http://blog.mibazaar.com/2011/02/25/embed-the-mid-east-protest-tweet-map-in-your-websiteblog-egypt-libya-bahrain-iran/

How to make map mashups http://www.programmableweb.com/api/google-maps/links

Take a look at what Bing Maps are doing with augmented reality

http://be.bing.com/maps/explore/

http://be.bing.com/maps/explore/#/25w0l4lyomoz163p  New York – Statue of Liberty with PhotoSynth

You can embed the US bing maps into websites but not the interactive ones (from be.bing.com)

Try the map apps on the bottom right of the tools

Also StreetView 360 degrees http://be.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=r1shzh92bc94&lvl=22&dir=-3.907059600905769&sty=t~blockID~00000102233200~streetSide~l~pixelOffset~3438.5584648284875&form=LMLTCC%23Y3A9NTYuMDIzMTQ3NDE1OTM5Njh+LTQuNjEyNTk2MzYyNjAwMzQxJmx2bD00JnN0eT1y





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