Adam Cogan (Local Regional Director, Chief Architect at SSW, MVP, User Group Leader, Star of DNRTV, and man of many rules), dropped me a note about a project he has been incubating - by Tim Kremer (which was developed in his spare time, with no affiliation with Adam or SSW). The project is Spyk Property Search.
It is a property search application, using the goodness of Microsoft Virtual Earth, and "Atlas" (now known as Microsoft AJAX Library & ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX Extensions).
When you click on a pushpin, you get info about the property
Nice to see these local mashups which use the microsoft maps, appearing online.
So far, I have spotted 6,
Any I have missed?
[ Current Listening to : The Drugs Don't Work by The Verve from Urban Hymns ]
Looks like a perfect place for some clustering. Virtual Earth has an issue with rendering more then 200 pushpins on a single screen. Rather then only showing 200 you should look at ways to cluster points to show more information to the user.
I often get asked by the research community this question: "what are the hot topics and promising research
As I do each month , let's look back on BlogBeat for my top 20 posts for the month of October . October
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