I’m lost without maps because my mind is swirling in music. When I started working and driving in San Francisco, using my car GPS to get from one place to another made learning a new city easier. My GPS chirped directions and I followed.
With ThingLink, maps can also speak. They can be sound and video players. You can tell a story inside and share the culture of a country. Now, touching maps delivers so much more.
Take a look at ways you can enhance maps with ThingLink. Props to Paddy McCabe, Indie Ambassador, Ottawa Star, Soundway Records, Washington Post, Mashable, and Multimediael Universal.
Education — Ancient Rome: Add Photos and Wikipedia References (by Paddy McCabe)
Add Google Maps (by IndieAmbassador)
Map of Colombia: Add sound (Soundway Records) Real Estate: Add Listings and contacts (by Ottawa Star)
Journalism: Add Reporting, updates and annotations (Washington Post)
Conventions: Add Highlights to a Trade Show Map (by Mashable)
Describe Processes on a Graphical Map (by Multimediael Universal)
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