July 20, 2005

I’ve been experimenting with a map using plazes, a neat little doodad that keeps track of where you are when you use a computer to access the net (if you explicitly log in yourself—it’s not spying on you without your consent). It powers the map on the main page here, and you can use it to generate a map of where you’ve been. Read on if you want to see our journey.

This is the map:

It’s kind-of-neat. (That Melbourne to Copenhagen flight is long).


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