Friday, October 21, 2005

Panoramio

Panoramio - website screenshotA nice idea pulling together different google technologies with the addition of user submitted photos to create a virtual tour of places around the world.

When you have an opportunity it is worth spending 5 minutes playing with panoramio to see how it works, if you have photos of your town then contribute :).

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Blogger Jon said...

I've added a few photos now; you can find one here, see if you can find any of the others ;)

21/10/05 14:54  
Blogger happymj said...

- Swan/Pembroke Castle Moat
- Pembroke Castle/Pembroke
- Lacock Abbey/Lacock
- Standing Stones/Avebury
- Stonehenge/Salisbury

Did I miss any? :-D

I'm sure I've seen these photos somewhere before ;)

22/10/05 15:56  
Blogger Jon said...

That was quick!

How did you manage to find them all?

22/10/05 19:54  
Blogger happymj said...

They're next to each other in the most recently added list on the main page :-)

23/10/05 16:22  
Anonymous Eduardo Manchón said...

Jon, thanks for your post about Panoramio. We are glad you like it. The last month we have made big improvements , for example you can see Jon Hill personal area with comments to your pics. Hope you like it.

12/12/05 12:17  
Blogger Jon said...

Hi Eduardo,

Thanks for the post. I think that your Panoramio website is a great fusion of technologies and a really nice idea.

It is good to see that you are continuing to develop it.

14/12/05 09:32  
Anonymous Eduardo Manchon said...

Hi Jon,

Some days ago we made a major change in the mapping and photo upload interface in Panoramio.com using Ajax. Now it's much easier to locate
and upload photos.

We explain it in Panoramio's blog

http://www.panoramio.com/blog/upload-a-photo-20/

Hope you like it,

Eduardo

4/6/06 22:31  

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