Thanks ... I found out this works with animated gifs (although they
stop moving in certain circumstances). I also added extra links to
the calendars of the various dance places, which means you can go to
this one web page and find out:
- where the dance places are (with a little blurb about them, and a
- how to get to them
- what the schedule is
- where to buy your shoes
From this web page, I suppose you could could also check the traffic
on the way, diesel up your jeep, shack up in a holiday inn, and find
out where to get a high-speed wireless connection for your laptop.
Just the place to plan your evening. :o)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Dan Theurer" <dtheurer@y...> wrote:
> Nice application Alan,
> I will add it to our application gallery as well!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Of adbrown1967
> Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2005 10:52 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [yws-maps] dance places in South San Francisco Bay
> This is my shot at trying out the API ...
> I think uses of this type are particularly well-suited to the API,
> i.e., a relatively small number of locations in an area, targeted
> specific audience, more detailed content than is available than on
> yellow page service. It lets you "compose" the map in much the
> way a web page is composed. I thought, if the XML is generated
> dynamically, something like this could be good for people who want
> go clubbing, i.e., in the south of market area of San Francisco,
> could have a set of POIs for existing clubs, with changing icons,
> text, and thumbnail images for the current night's events.
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