The Treehouse + The Cave

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Tuesday, December 14, 2004

Enter the Age of the Data State

Map Portal

The City of New York has recently introduced a new feature on, The New York City Map Portal, and it might just be the single greatest navigational tool to befall New Yorkers since Metrocard-sized subway maps.

Not only will it show you where the subway stops are (unlike Mapquest or Citysearch), but it will even show you which building you are searching for, who owns it, and all of their violations with the New York City Department of Buildings.

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