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Google's KML an open standard

15th April 2008

Google has offered its protocol for map information, KML, as an open standard, Google announced today.  Geospatial information is getting ever more accessible thanks to bodies like Google and geonames.  Their efforts mean that it's easier than ever to extract a list of locations and turn them into an online map - and better still- without paying someone!  This further opening up can only be good news

 


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