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Interesting Places Sorting Tutorial

We’re all different regarding our levels of tolerance for “disorder”. One person’s view of “disorder” is not likely to match, exactly, anybody else within “cooooooeeeeee”. Personally, don’t mind mess, but can disappoint on those occasions where it takes that little … Continue reading

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Interesting Places Primer Tutorial

We had the good fortune to come across the great (coffee table) book The Earth from the Air by Yann Arthus-Bertrand (ISBN: 9780500544846) recently, showing really interesting airborne views of the Earth, the world over. Simply stunning photography! Also great … Continue reading

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PHP Wikipedia Australian List Integration Tutorial

Yesterday’s PHP Wikipedia Australian List Makeover Tutorial got us thinking more about “where of life” functionality integration possibilities. For us, with many “where of life” web applications, the Google Charts Map Chart is a core part of the functionality, as … Continue reading

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PHP Wikipedia Australian List Makeover Tutorial

Some time back we linked a Wikipedia “list” webpage to the Google Charts Map Chart functionality with PHP Modularization for Lighthouses in Australia Tutorial. We’re revisiting, and finding some “peer” web applications, linked by a dropdown, that all … access … Continue reading

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Google Maps Create Map to Google Earth Primer Tutorial

We’ve long been fascinated by maps, and when we read in the September 2017 edition of PC & Tech Authority (“Do More With Maps” by Nik Rawlinson) of a methodology to … log into Google … for us, that means … Continue reading

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TimeZone Country Places Data Tutorial

Data takes many forms, and we tend to organize it in an orderly fashion, often with the use of … database flat files, perhaps delimited … like CSV (comma separated values) mechanisms with the HTML such as data attributes … … Continue reading

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TimeZone Country Places Emoji Tutorial

Maybe you’re like me, and prefer websites where there is lots of functionality, and whether you use it or not, is up to the individual user. We might be wrong about this, but this represents to us an idea in … Continue reading

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