Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Dave, Jul 22, 2012.
Lookit! There it was.
Hmm just noticed it's in a handicapped spot too.
5 star thread
I've already received a positive rep for it
They hide in plain sight.
I've wasted several hours browsing around on Street View. do you know how easy it is to cross the US/Canadian border without having to deal with any kind of border patrol?
consider it erased
Bing maps is rolling out a similar features called Streetside. Watch for nondescript SUV with roof-mounted cameras coming to your neighborhood soon.
Voluntary and involuntary information gathering.
what's the deal with the guy up north all by himself in James Bay?
He hasn't left his house yet.
You click on the icon next to "Traffic" in the header, he appears, and you drag him to the street you want to look at.
you ain't gonna find any roads up there tho..it's about a 1 hour train ride to the nearest paved road from that point.
I wasn't looking there. That's where he appeared when I clicked on the icon to activate the feature.
I think Bing is trying to outdo Google. I noticed that they went into a lot of undesirable neighborhoods around here that Google skipped.