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Live Maps Sticking Pushpins All Over Seattle

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Windows Live Maps is sticking giant red pushpins at a large number of Seattle locations, creating real-life replicas of pushpins you’d expect to see in Windows Live Maps, not in the real world. The pins have been placed as a marketing push for Live Maps, directed at the Collections feature that lets you mark and comment on a number of places, and share that Collection with others. The locations with the pins have signs sending you to thepushpinproject.com, where you can view Live Maps Collections of all the participating location, and an invitation to create your own Collection.
(via Todd Bishop)

June 29th, 2007 Posted by | General | one comment



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  1. I wish they would do it across the U.S. I wish one day, Microsoft would realize there’s other places besides Redmond or Seattle.

    Comment by Michael | June 29, 2007

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