Piracy Watch

In: Maps Reference

12 Nov 2009

As a demo for their “visual fusion” software, idvsolutions has produced an interactive map and timeline of global ocean piracy. Not bad, though bing maps seems to be having trouble integrating with it a little.

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John

November 14th, 2009 at 10:00 am

Just say no to proprietary web media such as Silver Light and (yes!) flash.

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