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Google Maps is a web mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imagery, street maps, 360° panoramic views of streets (Street View), real-time traffic conditions (Google Traffic), and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle (in beta), or public transportation. Google maps began as a C++ desktop program designed by Lars Jens Eilstrup Rasmussen and Liam Graham at Where 2 Technologies. In October 2004, the company was acquired by Google, which converted it into a web application. After additional acquisitions of a geospatial data visualization company and a realtime traffic analyzer, Google Maps was launched in February 2005.[1] The service's front end utilizes JavaScript, XML, and Ajax. Google Maps offers an API that allows maps to be embedded on third-party websites,[2] and offers a locator for urban businesses and other organizations in numerous countries around the world. Google Map Maker allows users to collaboratively expand and update the service's mapping worldwide. Google Maps' satellite view is a "top-down" or "birds eye" view; most of the high-resolution imagery of cities is aerial photography taken from aircraft flying at 800 to 1,500 feet (240 to 460 m), while most other imagery is from satellites.[3] Much of the available satellite imagery is no more than three years old and is updated on a regular basis.[4] Google Maps uses a close variant of the Mercator projection, and therefore cannot accurately show areas around the poles. The current redesigned version of the desktop application was made available in 2013, alongside the "classic" (pre-2013) version. Google Maps for mobile was released in September 2008 and features GPS turn-by-turn navigation. In August 2013, it was determined to be the world's most popular app for smartphones, with over 54% of global smartphone owners using it at least once.[5] In 2012, Google reported having over 7,100 employees and contractors directly working in mapping.
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Google Maps is a web mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imagery, street maps, 360° panoramic views of streets (Street View), real-time traffic conditions (Google Traffic), and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle (in beta), or public transportation. Google maps began as a C++ desktop program designed by Lars Jens Eilstrup Rasmussen and Liam Graham at Where 2 Technologies. In October 2004, the company was acquired by Google, which converted it into a web application. After additional acquisitions of a geospatial data visualization company and a realtime traffic analyzer, Google Maps was launched in February 2005.[1] The service's front end utilizes JavaScript, XML, and Ajax. Google Maps offers an API that allows maps to be embedded on third-party websites,[2] and offers a locator for urban businesses and other organizations in numerous countries around the world. Google Map Maker allows users to collaboratively expand and update the service's mapping worldwide. Google Maps' satellite view is a "top-down" or "birds eye" view; most of the high-resolution imagery of cities is aerial photography taken from aircraft flying at 800 to 1,500 feet (240 to 460 m), while most other imagery is from satellites.[3] Much of the available satellite imagery is no more than three years old and is updated on a regular basis.[4] Google Maps uses a close variant of the Mercator projection, and therefore cannot accurately show areas around the poles. The current redesigned version of the desktop application was made available in 2013, alongside the "classic" (pre-2013) version. Google Maps for mobile was released in September 2008 and features GPS turn-by-turn navigation. In August 2013, it was determined to be the world's most popular app for smartphones, with over 54% of global smartphone owners using it at least once.[5] In 2012, Google reported having over 7,100 employees and contractors directly working in mapping.
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Not even evil ghosts can deter these treasure hunters. Certain there's a treasure off the keys of Florida, she'll not stop until it's found...even when someone tries to kill her. A ghostly murder mystery by NY Times bestselling author, Heather Graham.
30 Jul 2006
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When top competing dancers start to die on the dance floor, sexy, hunk detective, Quinn O'Casey goes undercover to find the killer. Sparks fly as he teams up with the beautiful Shannon, owner of the dance studio. A true mystery-lover's book! Full of suspence and hot romance. A novel by Heather Graham
25 Jul 2006
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Sample clip of Andy Graham performances. Andy plays the aboriginal didgeridoo in combination with world drums and percussion.
7 Dec 2006
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Graham Bethune has recently passed away and as a testimony to the man here is his latest interview from the "Fastwalkers" documentary. Before he died he confirmed to a mutual friend that an alien base under the sea DOES exist and is run by the Paladian's. At 49.6 degrees North/50.86 degrees West my friend calculated these co-ordiunates unfortunately Graham died before confirming if they were correct.
15 Jan 2007
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The lovely Heather Graham (Boogie Nights, Drugstore Cowboy, Lost In Space) visited the Opie and Anthony show to promote her new film GRAY MATTERS, in which she makes out with Bridget Moynahan (nice, eh?)...She hit it off very well with the guys and also managed to get Steve C. to take off his shirt to show off his tattooed hairy back.
21 Feb 2007
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Andy Graham & Dave Tomkins performing at the RAI in Amsterdam February of 2007. Andy on drums & didgeridoo,, Dave on bass guitar.
14 Mar 2007
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Poet Graham Nunn reads a poem in my backyard in Brisbane, Australia 2004
1 May 2007
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Super Fight del K-1 World Grand Prix en Hong Kong: Badr Hari vs Peter Graham
13 Aug 2007
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USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham & Ed Baig frown on Sony's new "smilecam" digital cameras in the latest edition of "Talking Tech"
19 Oct 2007
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This Shark nose Graham super charger is one of 500 made in 1938. It has been streetrodded and has disc brakes.
23 Jan 2008
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The Weekly Podcast by Graham Watson (ALDE ADLE MEP) [Weekly Podcast] [Language EN original] Watson_080116_x_en mp
27 Jan 2008
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The Weekly Podcast by Graham Watson (ALDE ADLE MEP) [Weekly Podcast] [Language EN original] Watson_080116_x_en H264
23 Jan 2008
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This is a large watch. The case is stainless steel, with a scratch resistant mineral crystal. Day dial on the left and month dial on the right, and a date window at the twelve. Luminescent skeleton hands, moved by a precise Japanese automatic movement. Perhaps best known as the father of the chronograph, George Graham was also the brains behind inventions such as the dead-beat cylinder escapement, the first wall chronograph and the mercury pendulum. Commissioned by the Greenwich Royal Observatory to create the Master Clock used by astronomers, he became the first great eighteenth century clock-maker to be admitted to the Royal Society. Perpetuating this spirit of remarkable innovations and technical expertise, Graham is now a contemporary watch brand dedicated to enthusiasts of the mechanical arts. Open-minded and passionately interested in exchanges with his peers, including in other countries, Graham would doubtless have approved this modern Swiss initiative to revive the finest British horological traditions and build on his rich heritage.
30 Jan 2008
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Video of Graham Watson MEP on climate change [Video Statements] [Language EN] 070202-Graham_Watson_on_climate_change
12 Feb 2008
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