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          NYPD Sends Letter To Google Demanding It Remove Cop Checkpoint Notifications From Google Maps | Techdirt      Cache   Translate Page      
Tim Cushing *** A few years after law enforcement officials claimed Google’s Waze navigation app allowed cop killers to stalk cops, the NYPD is demanding Google alter one of its apps (Google Maps, which incorporates certain Waze features) so it works more like the NYPD wants it to work, rather than how drivers want it to … Continue reading NYPD Sends Letter To Google Demanding It Remove Cop Checkpoint Notifications From Google Maps | Techdirt
          [Upwork] Create a landing page (Wordpress / Divi) with Interactive Map      Cache   Translate Page      
From Upwork // Hello, thank you for considering this project!
My website is https://yourokcpropertymanager.com/.  
It's a wordpress site.  
I need a new page set up that will be set up as a new subdirectory.
The new page is called "OKC Real Estate Investing", and I have uploaded an image of a rough drawing of what I'd like the page to look like above the fold (investinginokc2.pdf).  
Notice there is a map.  

The Map
The map has 13 domains overlaid onto it.
It's the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma metro area.
Here is a start which shows all the domains.
https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?ll=35.56354200817269%2C-97.4851225234375&spn=0.138175%2C0.338173&msa=0&mid=18UXbB_tMwFPeNl-4U4KWbrdSW5o&z=12
In addition, there is a verbal description of the boundaries which will be in text that accompany the map on the page.  
Just as in the map which is already set up, I want it to be on a google maps base.  
It needs to look more professional than what I've shown here.  
When you run the cursor over the map, it should highlight the domain.  
When you click on each domain, it will bring up a page that corresponds to each domain.  
I will provide the text that will correspond to each page (Areas).  

The Menu Bar
As you can see on the menu bar, there will be 3 items, "Articles", "Areas", "Find Deals", and "Property Management".  

Articles (on menu bar)
There are already several articles on the blog in this category.  They will be listed when you click on the menu link.  

Areas (on menu bar)
Each Area (there are 13 total, as shown on the map) will correspond to a wordpress page that will be provided for each one.  

Find Deals (on menu bar)
I will provide something here that you can link to which will show deals.  

Property Management (on menu bar)
This will link to the home page.  

Resources
This is linked to the page for resources to download (see home page).  

The Rest of the Page
I will have text to go beneath the map.  I will provide that.  The format for the page should correspond to the pdf.  The bottom of the page should have the same items as the bottom of the home page.  Also, you should have a contact form at the bottom of the page like the one on the home page.  

There is going to be a button on the upper right which will link to a download page that is already set up (see image for page).  

Here are some additional items to consider:
1. The design and feel of the site should be similar to the home page.  That means formats (colors, fonts, etc.) must match up (https://yourokcpropertymanager.com).  
2. It should load relatively quickly.  Once the coding is done and approved, you will need to optimize so that it loads in less than 2.5 seconds.  
3. both mobile and desktop version must function in a way that makes it easy for the user to get around the website.  
4. Your bid must include enough time for revisions.


          De acum poți face un tur virtual prin Aeroportul Timișoara cu un singur click pe telefonul mobil      Cache   Translate Page      
Aeroportul Timișoara, primul aeroport disponibil online în Google Maps Indoor, a dezvoltat o nouă facilitate pentru pasagerii săi, dar și pentru cei care doresc să...
          Motorbike Driver (Own Visa Driver only) - Food & Beverage - Dubai      Cache   Translate Page      
URGENT!! Motorbike driver with OWN VISA Knows basic English and location Knows to use Google Maps There is no fixed salary only per commission. 10 dirham... AED2,000 - AED3,500 a month
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          Kommentar zu Verwendung von GPX- und KML-Dateien mit Google Maps von Anastasia      Cache   Translate Page      
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          دانلود Weather Route v6.41 برنامه پیش بینی هوای شهر و جاده اندروید      Cache   Translate Page      
با استفاده از برنامه Weather Route با خیال راحت به تعطیلات خانوادگی بروید. همیشه عدم اطمینان ار آب و هوای مقصد شخص را دچار نگرانی می کند. تمام اطلاعاتی را که در زمان مورد نظر خود نیاز دارید را در صفحه نمایش خود مشاهده کنید. آب و هوای جاری را در جاده بررسی کنید و پیش بینی های شهر را با هم مقایسه کنید. با استفاده از این برنامه توصیه های لازم برای بهترین زمان شروع سفر خود را دریافت کنید. مسیر کامل سفر خود را با Google Maps مشاهده کنید. این برنامه فقط درجه حرارت را نشان نمی دهد بلکه سطح باد و بارندگی ایمن را نیز نمایش می دهد. همچنین می تواند آب و هوای جهانی برای همه مناطق جهان را پیش بینی کند.
          AllMapSoft Google Maps Downloader 8.772      Cache   Translate Page      

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AllMapSoft Google Maps Downloader 8.772 | 8 MB
Google Maps Downloader is a reliable application aimed at downloading maps from Google at high speed. The result is a collection of small images that can be combined in a larger map. This can serve in a large variety of projects, from creating a tile map to presentations and tutorials.

Lightweight and easy to use
The situations where a map is necessary can vary from going on a trip to educational purpose. After all, the method is more important than the reason and as far as map software is concerned, options are very rich. What differentiates the software belonging to this category is the quality of the images and the download speed.

Google Maps Downloader successfully fulfills both of those conditions, providing simple means to quickly grab maps at satisfactory resolution. In addition, it's extremely easy to use and integrates an extensive help file for first time users.

Following the complication-free installation process, the first acquaintance with the program's interface is of positive nature. Boasting                                                                                                                                    a simple, yet intuitive GUI, the application mainly concentrates on purpose rather than looks.

Quickly get ahold of a specified area
Users should create a new project for each map, in case you need previous projects later. The application requires you to provide geographical data such as latitude and longitude, as well as zoom level and output folder (can also be set from the Options window).

Once you hit the 'Download' button, all that is needed is a dose of patience. During our tests, Google Maps Downloader behaved honorably and was able to process a project in under two minutes (although it is true that the interval also depends on the map's size).

By default, the map is divided into several smaller pieces, but the application features an image combiner that can put the chunks together in an instant. You can use the integrated Map Viewer to view the final map.

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All in all, Google Maps Downloader is a fast and reliable choice in its field of work. Accessibility, speed and image quality are its strongest points, making it live up to expectations and serving a large variety of purposes.

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          "Re: Word from my Brother at GITMO" by JohnJ - 2.9.19      Cache   Translate Page      
Entry Submitted by JohnJ at 10:56 PM EST on February 9, 2019

"Word from my Brother at GITMO" by Vee - 2.9.19

I read the post from Vee and had me wondering. If there is no landing strip or docks, how do they get the prisoners there? I'm not a fan of Google but I do use Google Maps and decided to look at Gitmo. Vee's brother is right, there is no landing strip or docks at Gitmo. They are located West of the Detention Facility at the Navel Base. One thing I'm not sure about is the hoods. I worked 25 years in the New Jersey Prison System and when they move inmates, they use prison buses. There are no windows to look out of and the vans are panel vans. Throw the scumbags in the back and no one can see them.

Here is a map of Gitmo and you can see the Navel base on the left of the picture.



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          A New Park      Cache   Translate Page      

Olga and I decided to go on an adventure yesterday morning. (She was an active participant in the decision-making, I swear.) I was feeling unenthusiastic about visiting one of the same old parks we always go to -- so I got on Google Maps and searched for a new destination.

We wound up at Fryent Country Park, five tube stops north of us near Wembley. (Which sounds farther than it really is.) Olga found a scenic grassy hilltop on which to roll...


...and it was freaking windy up there, as I demonstrated using my scarf.


I decided to make another GoPro video, so I fastened on Olga's camera harness. Most of the time she was fine with it, but when she got to this post she tried very hard to rub it off. If you watch the video, below, you'll see this process from her perspective!

By the way, do you see the little trail indicator on the post? We accidentally found ourselves on the Capital Ring trail, a footpath that circles London. Remember how I was walking the LOOP at this time last year? Well, that's a 150-mile circular walk. The Capital Ring is a smaller circle closer in to the city -- 78 miles. And it's my next challenge, I've decided. When the weather gets just a little drier, I'm going to tackle it.


Anyway, here's our edited video. You'll see Olga barking at the beginning to get me to throw her ball. Then she rubs against the post before we cross Fryent Way, a busy road that bisects the park. She rolls in the grass, knocking the camera askew and briefly leaving me with footage of her back harness. Then I tried something new -- I moved the camera to the mount on her chest, rather than her back, so I got the view from beneath her. That led to some funny moments, and gave us a good (albeit upside-down) perspective when she met a curious beagle.

Enjoy!

          Child taken to hospital after being hit by car in Oakfield Lane, Dartford      Cache   Translate Page      

A child has been taking to hospital after being hit by a car this morning.

The ambulance service was called to Oakfield Lane, Dartford, near the Wilmington Grammar schools and North Kent College at around 8.30am.

The person involved was left with "potentially serious injuries."

A pedestrian was hit by a car in Oakfield Lane, Dartford. PIcture: Google Maps (7058748)
A pedestrian was hit by a car in Oakfield Lane, Dartford. PIcture: Google Maps (7058748)

Spokesman Rich Airey said: "We were called shortly before 8.30am today to reports of a pedestrian being hit by a vehicle.

"Ambulance crews attended the scene and the patient was assessed and treated for a head injury before being taken to Kings College Hospital."

Police spokesman Vicki Foster added: "Police were called to a report of a collision involving a young pedestrian and a car in Oakfield Lane, Wilmington.

"Officers attended along with Secamb and the pedestrian was taken to a hospital to be treated for injuries not believed to be life threatening. No arrests were made."


          Central Park Tour: Iconic Views of Central Park      Cache   Translate Page      

Date: March 9, 2019

Take our signature tour, and let Central Park Conservancy guides give you an insider's look at some of the most iconic features of the world's greatest urban park. Learn how rocky, swampy land was built into the living work of art that is Central Park today. Highlights of this tour include the Dairy, Sheep Meadow, Cherry Hill, The Lake, Bow Bridge, Bethesda Terrace, The Mall, and Literary Walk.

Audio enhancement equipment will be used for this tour. A limited number of hearing loops are available and can be requested with ticket purchase.

Details

Meet: Dairy Visitor Center & Gift Shop (mid-Park between 64th and 65th Streets). Enter the Park at 60th Street and Fifth Avenue, and follow the path adjacent to the drive (road) north; the Dairy will be on your left. Please note Google Maps does not recognize this location. Map of the start location

Terrain: A few inclines and some stairs.

Length of Tour: Approximately 90 minutes

Cost: Tickets $15 (Members $10). Purchase tickets online!

For weather cancellation and other ticket policies, please review our Tours Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Groups of seven or more must schedule a group tour three weeks in advance at tours@centralparknyc.org.

Start time: 10:00 am

End time: 11:30 am

Contact phone: (212) 310-6600

Location: Dairy Visitor Center & Gift Shop (in Central Park)


          Tipp: So lässt sich der Zugriff auf viele Google Maps Funktionen über den Browser beschleunigen (Video)      Cache   Translate Page      
Viele Webapps bieten nutzerfreundliche URLs an, bei denen die übergebenen Parameter nutzerfreundlich gestaltet sind und auch direkt verändert werden können. Auch Google Maps setzt schon seit Beginn an auf solche URLs, mit denen sich der Zugriff auf viele Funktionen abkürzen lässt. Das ist nicht nur sehr praktisch, sondern kann vor allem auch von Webmastern oder […]

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          Идеально круглое озеро с плавающим островом будоражит умы ученых      Cache   Translate Page      

Загадочный объект, обнаруженный в болотах Аргентины, изначально нашли на Google Maps и приняли за артефакт, возникший из-за неправильного сканирования местности, но позже выяснилось, что это не так, а остров в действительности существует.

Огромный плавающий остров находится в озере и занимает 4/5 от поверхности водоема. Озеро имеет идеально ровные берега, которые образуют четко очерченный круг. Остров имеет такую же идеально круглую форму, как и озеро, и постоянно перемещается внутри берегов, из-за чего вода в озере выглядит как полумесяц.

Находка принадлежит американскому инженеру-гидравлику Ричарду Петрони. Он тут же связался со своими коллегами Серджио Неспилермом и Пабло Мартинесом, которые тоже заинтересовались находкой, после чего все трое отправились в экспедицию по обнаружению таинственного места.

 

 

 

 

Необычный остров любой желающий может увидеть прямо сейчас. Достаточно перейти на Google Maps, ввести координаты 34°15’07.8″S 58°49’47.4″W и переключиться в режим спутника.

Сам остров расположен в Аргентине, в дельте болотистой реки Парана. И с первого раза Ричарду и его коллегам до острова добраться не удалось — помешала чересчур болотистая местность. Зато второй заход на вертолете увенчался успехом, и ученые наконец смогли увидеть необычное место.

Остров был назван Eye (Глаз), его диаметр составляет 118 метров, и расположен он на водной поверхности чуть большего размера. Как выяснилось, местные жители о существовании острова знают давно, но приближаться к нему не рискуют, так как считают, что там живет древнее божество.

 

 

Изучив архивы Google Maps, Ричард Петрони пришел к выводу, что остров существовал уже в 2003 году, в момент запуска сервиса. А снимки со спутника в разные периоды времени говорят о том, что остров вращается вокруг своей оси и меняет положение. В данный момент Ричард собирает третью, на этот раз наземную экспедицию, чтобы изучить Глаз, вооружившись специальным геологическим оборудованием. Кроме того, команда геологов принимает и пожертвования: за 5 тысяч долларов вы станете первым, кто узнает свежие подробности об острове, а за 10 сможете отправиться в Аргентину и лично изучить таинственное место.

Кстати говоря, уфологи считают, что исследования проводить не нужно. Они и без них уже уверены, что остров — это крышка люка космического корабля или вход в секретную подводную базу инопланетян.

 

 

«Мы обнаружили, что вода невероятно прозрачная и холодная, что очень необычно для этого района. Дно твердое, в отличие от окружающих болот. Остров в центре озера двигается. Мы не знаем почему, но он плавает», — сообщил режиссер съемочной группы.

Чтобы разгадать все тайны озера, группа решила вернуться сюда в составе научной экспедиции вместе с геологами, биологами, уфологами, с аквалангами, беспилотными летательными аппаратами и другим оборудованием для анализа воды, почвы, растений. Кроме того, команда планирует снять фильм на основе сверхъестественных историй, рассказанных местными жителями об этом месте.

 

 

История человечества исчисляется не одним тысячелетием, но ученые до сих пор не знают ответов на многие вопросы. Артефакты, найденные во время археологических раскопок, заставляют специалистов теряться в догадках, отчего поиск истины становится только интереснее.

Похоже, по крайней мере внешне, что круглый аргентинский остров сродни тем, которые появляются зимой на воде изо льда. Круглые ледяные острова — явление тоже загадочное, но более распространенное. В интернете полно фотографий этого феномена.

Диаметр ледяных кругов тоже бывает немалым. И они тоже вращаются. А образуются, как правило, на реках. Не исключено, что и ледяные круги — это следы «летающих тарелок», ведь механизм их появления ученые пока не прояснили. Есть лишь гипотезы, что зимой острова формируют кольцеобразные течения — водовороты, которые закручивает течение.

 

 

Аргентинский Глаз располагается хоть и на болоте, но в дельте реки. Вдруг и его сформировало некое скрытое в глубине течение?

Кто знает, может быть, и ледяные круглые острова, и Глаз появились за счет более загадочных сил — тех, которые образуют круги из полегших хлебных злаков. Их еще называют английскими кругами.

 

 

Есть надежда, что очередная экспедиция к таинственному острову в Аргентине позволит разобраться.

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I have a ruby on rails web app which is around 70% complete. I will be giving small tasks to you which'll be bugs/updates in app. I'm a developer myself I will help you understand things and may help you develop them... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Git, Google Maps API, HTML, Ruby, Ruby on Rails)
          Tipp: So lässt sich der Zugriff auf viele Google Maps Funktionen über den Browser beschleunigen (Video)      Cache   Translate Page      
Viele Webapps bieten nutzerfreundliche URLs an, bei denen die übergebenen Parameter nutzerfreundlich gestaltet sind und auch direkt verändert werden können. Auch Google Maps setzt schon seit Beginn an auf solche URLs, mit denen sich der Zugriff auf viele Funktionen abkürzen lässt. Das ist nicht nur sehr praktisch, sondern kann vor allem auch von Webmastern oder […]

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          The 15 most powerful women at Google (GOOG, GOOGL)      Cache   Translate Page      

Google

  • Since Google began releasing its diversity report in 2014, the percentage of women at the company has barely budged, going from from 30% back then to 30.9% in 2018. 
  • Perhaps a more hopeful statistic has been the increase in female leadership over the years, which has risen from 20.8% in 2014 to 25.5% in 2018.
  • Today, women at Google are starting to lead some of the largest and strategically most important teams within the company. 
  • Below is Business Insider's list of 15 of the most powerful women at Google. 

Getting more women into tech jobs has been a focus for many Silicon Valley companies, and rightfully so. Based on diversity reports released by large tech companies, women are far outnumbered by their male counterparts. 

Google, in particular, has struggled. In 2018, the search giant employed just 30.9% women, compared to 32% at Apple and 36% at Facebook. What's more, the ratio of women at Google has barely budged since the company began releasing its diversity report in 2014, when it stood at 30%.

In its most recent report, Google said there were "modest but hopeful signs of success in hiring" when it came to "reaching greater workforce representation of women globally." 

Perhaps a more encouraging statistic is Google's ratio of women in leadership over the years, which has risen from 20.8% in 2014 to 25.5% in 2018. Beyond simply reaching managerial status, women at Google today lead some of the largest and strategically important teams. 

Some, like YouTube's chief exec and Google's chief financial officer, are well known throughout the business world. Others, who oversee products or businesses of growing importance, are lesser known outside the Googleplex campus. 

Here is Business Insider's list of the top 15 most powerful women at Google: 

SEE ALSO: 57 startups that will boom in 2019, according to VCs

Ivy Ross — VP of Design, UX, and Research for Hardware

When Ivy Ross joined Google in 2014, she was tasked with leading the company's futuristic wearable project known as Google Glass.

With a background in jewelry design, as well as experience in the fashion and retail industries, Ross brought a unique perspective to the team.

"She is trained to be sensitive to getting technology out of the way, using technology, rather than thinking technology is a natural benefit in and of itself,” Astro Teller, head of Google's moonshot factory X, which housed the Glass project, said of Ross in 2015

In 2016, Ross was assigned to head design efforts for all of Google's hardware products. Under her leadership, the company's family of "Made by Google" products has grown to include the Pixel smartphone, Pixel Slate, Google Home, Google Wifi, and more. 

In 2018, Google was named Fast Company’s Design Company of the year

 



Bonita Stewart — VP, Global Partnerships

Bonita Stewart joined Google in 2006 and has risen the ranks to oversee the company's global partnerships team, responsible for the largest US publishers in Search, Mobile Apps, News, and more. 

Stewart has been recognized externally for her leadership as a Woman to Watch (Advertising Age, 2011), Power 100 (Ebony, 2012), and Most Powerful Women (Crain’s NYC, 2017). 

She currently holds a board seat with Deckers and the online education company, Pluralsight



Jen Fitzpatrick — SVP, Geo/Google Maps

Jen Fitzpatrick joined Google in 1999 as a member of its first intern program and eventually became one of the company’s first female engineers.

“My parents thought I was crazy taking a job at this tiny little startup that no one had ever heard of,” Fitzpatrick said in a 2018 interview.

During her 20 years at Google (which is nearly as long as the company has been incorporated), Fitzpatrick has led software development teams across multiple products including Search, AdWords, News, and Shopping.

In 2014, she became Google’s VP for Geo, which means she leads the Google Maps and Local teams. Those services are used by more than one billion people users today. 



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          É possível tomar mais de uma multa do mesmo tipo em um mesmo dia?       Cache   Translate Page      
Multas e débitos de trânsito já podems ser pagos com cartão (Foto: Detran)

 

Ainda que as multas tenham uma função importante - penalizar maus comportamentos no trânsito, conscientizar e garantir que eles ocorram cada vez menos -, ser multado não é uma experiência muito agradável, não é mesmo? E levar mais de uma multa no mesmo dia? Péssimo! Já se sabe que ser multado mais de uma vez em um dia é algo possível, mas e se as multas forem aplicadas pelo motivo?

sto é, e se for registrado em um mesmo dia - mas em momentos diferentes - que um condutor dirigiu com um braço para fora do veículo, por exemplo (que é uma infração média, que rende quatro pontos na CNH). Ou seja, é possível tomar mais de uma multa pelo mesmo motivo em apenas um dia? E a resposta para esta questão pode não ser tão específica assim.

 

 


 

De acordo com o Denatran - órgão máximo do Sistema Nacional de Trânsito do Brasil -, quem cometer uma infração no trânsito está sujeito a penalidades indicadas pelo Código de Trânsito Brasileiro (CTB), portanto, não teria motivos para que duas multas por uma mesma infração não fossem aplicadas no mesmo dia. “O Auto de Infração deverá ser lavrado a cada vez que o condutor for flagrado cometendo infração de trânsito”, estabelece o órgao.

Contudo, procurado por Autoesporte, o Denatran afirmou que, de fato, o CTB não prevê expressamente o que acontece quando duas ou mais infrações da mesma espécie são praticadas em um mesmo período de tempo. Ainda assim, reforçaram que podem ser “lavrados tantos autos de infração quanto forem necessários” se o condutor se comportar no trânsito de forma que renda multas.

No entanto, o Denatran destacou que “a evidenciação da infração de trânsito continuada”, ou seja, tomar mais de uma multa do mesmo tempo em um período relativamente curto de tempo, é um fato atípico. As múltiplas multas iguais não serem algo que acontece com tanta frequência quanto se pode supor também foi algo abordado pelo DetranSP, o Departamento Estadual de Trânsito do estado de São Paulo.

Mas, no caso do Detran, há um motivo ainda mais claro para que isso seja atípico. Segundo apontado pelo órgão, “das multas aplicadas pelo Detran.SP, a maior parte remove o veículo ao pátio, assim, as chances de tomar duas ou mais multas no mesmo dia são menores”.

Mas outras infrações que são observadas pelo Detran e que não resultam em remoção do veículo - um exemplo é estacionar em local proibido - também podem ser registradas duas ou mais vezes por dia, como transportar animais entre os braços ou pernas do motorista ou dirigir segurando o celular.

Sem falar nas multas por excesso de velocidade. Não é raro policiais ficarem posicionados em trechos de estrada um depois do outro. De acordo com a Polícia Rodoviária Federal, “o excesso de velocidade nas estradas é uma das irregularidades que com certa frequência são registradas mais de uma vez para o mesmo veículo em um único dia”. 

O órgão confirma que as multas múltiplas nas rodovias são relativamente comuns, e para além do excesso de velocidade, as autuações por ultrapassagem proibida e transitar pelo acostamento são aquelas que usualmente são registradas mais de uma vez. “É usual que uma parcela dos motoristas que incorrem nessas infrações, na maioria das vezes, repitam essas irregularidades durante todo seu deslocamento”, detalha a PRF.

As exceções

 

 

Multa (Foto: ThinkStock)

 

É claro que, como a maioria das leis, a das multas múltiplas também tem exceções. Contatado sobre o assunto, o CET - Companhia de Engenharia de Tráfego da cidade de São Paulo - trouxe à tona a existência do Manual Brasileiro de Fiscalização de Trânsito, de 10 de dezembro de 2010, que estabelece algumas situações específicas em que o motorista não será autuado mais de uma vez pela mesma infração.

Se um carro estiver estacionado em local proibido, independentemente de quanto tempo ele ficar parado no lugar, será emitida apenas uma multa. Mas o veículo não pode se movimentar durante esse período - caso se movimente, poderá ser multado pelo mesmo motivo mais de uma vez.

O CET também esclareceu que existem autuações com a mesma raiz, como a falta do uso do cinto de segurança em condutor ou passageiro. Para as infrações que eles denominam como “de mesma raiz”, também é registrada apenas uma multa, desde que a situação seja identificada por responsáveis de fiscalização de trânsito no mesmo horário. Além disso, quando há uma infração que tenha como consequência outra - como ultrapassar pelo acostamento e andar no acostamento, que são duas autuações diferentes -, o motorista será multado por apenas uma, desde que seja pego no mesmo horário.

Existem também uma exceção para as multas múltiplas nas rodovias brasileiras: o que a PRF define como infração continuada. Isso se aplica a cenários como quando um motorista está dirigindo com o farol apagado na estrada - vale reforçar que a lei exige o uso de farol nas rodovias até durante o dia. Se esse condutor for multado duas ou mais vezes por isso, sem que tenha interrompido o deslocamento, tem o direito de recorrer.

Outro exemplo de infração continuada nas rodovias é transitar pelo acostamento. “Se o condutor for flagrado novamente trafegando pelo acostamento, mas sem ter saído para a faixa de rolamento em nenhum momento, ele ainda está cometendo a mesma infração pela qual foi autuado inicialmente, e então ele pode recorrer - e provando a continuidade da manobra, certamente ganhará o recurso”, explica a PRF. No entanto, há uma ressalva: se o motorista sair do acostamento, mesmo que rapidamente, e depois voltar, ou se o trecho do acostamento acabar, a regra da infração continuada não se aplica, uma vez que a continuidade da manobra foi quebrada.

Já para as ultrapassagens proibidas, nada de exceção - já que não há possibilidade de continuidade e cada ultrapassagem é única. Ao mesmo que dois policiais tenham registrado e autuado uma mesma manobra, o motorista pode ser autuado quantas vezes repetir a infração.

E o rodízio?

No que diz respeito à possibilidade de levar mais de uma multa do mesmo tipo em apenas um dia, uma das maiores preocupações, pelo menos para aqueles que circulam de carro pela cidade de São Paulo, provavelmente envolve a questão do rodízio municipal de veículos. Ativo na cidade desde 1996, ele restringe a circulação de carros em duas faixas de horário: das 7h às 10h e das 17h às 20h. Cada dia da semana, veículos cujas placas terminem em determinados números são proibidos de andar pela cidade dentro desses horários.

A boa notícia para quem, por acidente ou necessidade extrema, teve que circular com o carro por São Paulo em nos horários de rodízio e justamente em que o número final da placa de seu veículo era o proibido da semana, é que a legislação municipal estabelece que o condutor, infringindo a lei do rodízio, será multado apenas uma vez por período de restrição. Isso quer dizer que: é possível tomar mais de uma multa por rodízio no mesmo dia, mas apenas se o motorista cujo carro não poderia circular na cidade naquele dia for flagrado entre as 7 e 10 da manhã e novamente entre 17h e 20h.


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Google Maps: le mappe ingialliscono mostrando l’Italia e l’Europa dell’800 Tecnoandroid

Si chiama Mapire, è un progetto realizzato nel 2014 e funge come una sorta di Google Maps dell’Ottocento che permette all’utente di navigare in tutta l’Europa attraverso le mappe storiche dell’Impero Asburgico rimodernate facendo ricorso alle più avanzate tecnologie odierne, tra cui Google Maps, Google Earth e OpenStreetMap. Ecco Google Maps vintage, ci mostra come erano l’Italia e […]

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          Trucker In Indonesia Nearly Dies After Google Maps Directions Have Him Drive Over A Cliff      Cache   Translate Page      

A desolate road cuts through the jungle

A trucker in Indonesia barely escaped with his life after pulling up a route from Google Maps to reach a desolate village and following the route — directly off a cliff.

The incident was recounted in the Jakarta Post, describing how truck driver Agus Tri Pamungkas used the online directions to hep him reach Singakerta village with a truck full of rocks. He became lost along the way and used Google Maps in an effort to get back on track, but the app told him to follow a route that took him high above the Wos River on a road that was not suited for cars.

The truck driver said he became worried when the road grew more narrow, but said he was stuck and had no choice but to continue along the dangerous route.

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Alles prima. Und auch hilfreich. Aber leider kann man sich immer noch nicht durch eine in Maps frei angelegte Route navigieren lassen. Schwach. Das wäre mir viel wichtiger.
          The 15 most powerful women at Google (GOOG, GOOGL)      Cache   Translate Page      

Google

  • Since Google began releasing its diversity report in 2014, the percentage of women at the company has barely budged, going from from 30% back then to 30.9% in 2018. 
  • Perhaps a more hopeful statistic has been the increase in female leadership over the years, which has risen from 20.8% in 2014 to 25.5% in 2018.
  • Today, women at Google are starting to lead some of the largest and strategically most important teams within the company. 
  • Below is Business Insider's list of 15 of the most powerful women at Google. 

Getting more women into tech jobs has been a focus for many Silicon Valley companies, and rightfully so. Based on diversity reports released by large tech companies, women are far outnumbered by their male counterparts. 

Google, in particular, has struggled. In 2018, the search giant employed just 30.9% women, compared to 32% at Apple and 36% at Facebook. What's more, the ratio of women at Google has barely budged since the company began releasing its diversity report in 2014, when it stood at 30%.

In its most recent report, Google said there were "modest but hopeful signs of success in hiring" when it came to "reaching greater workforce representation of women globally." 

Perhaps a more encouraging statistic is Google's ratio of women in leadership over the years, which has risen from 20.8% in 2014 to 25.5% in 2018. Beyond simply reaching managerial status, women at Google today lead some of the largest and strategically important teams. 

Some, like YouTube's chief exec and Google's chief financial officer, are well known throughout the business world. Others, who oversee products or businesses of growing importance, are lesser known outside the Googleplex campus. 

Here is Business Insider's list of the top 15 most powerful women at Google: 

SEE ALSO: 57 startups that will boom in 2019, according to VCs

Ivy Ross — VP of Design, UX, and Research for Hardware

When Ivy Ross joined Google in 2014, she was tasked with leading the company's futuristic wearable project known as Google Glass.

With a background in jewelry design, as well as experience in the fashion and retail industries, Ross brought a unique perspective to the team.

"She is trained to be sensitive to getting technology out of the way, using technology, rather than thinking technology is a natural benefit in and of itself,” Astro Teller, head of Google's moonshot factory X, which housed the Glass project, said of Ross in 2015

In 2016, Ross was assigned to head design efforts for all of Google's hardware products. Under her leadership, the company's family of "Made by Google" products has grown to include the Pixel smartphone, Pixel Slate, Google Home, Google Wifi, and more. 

In 2018, Google was named Fast Company’s Design Company of the year

 



Bonita Stewart — VP, Global Partnerships

Bonita Stewart joined Google in 2006 and has risen the ranks to oversee the company's global partnerships team, responsible for the largest US publishers in Search, Mobile Apps, News, and more. 

Stewart has been recognized externally for her leadership as a Woman to Watch (Advertising Age, 2011), Power 100 (Ebony, 2012), and Most Powerful Women (Crain’s NYC, 2017). 

She currently holds a board seat with Deckers and the online education company, Pluralsight



Jen Fitzpatrick — SVP, Geo/Google Maps

Jen Fitzpatrick joined Google in 1999 as a member of its first intern program and eventually became one of the company’s first female engineers.

“My parents thought I was crazy taking a job at this tiny little startup that no one had ever heard of,” Fitzpatrick said in a 2018 interview.

During her 20 years at Google (which is nearly as long as the company has been incorporated), Fitzpatrick has led software development teams across multiple products including Search, AdWords, News, and Shopping.

In 2014, she became Google’s VP for Geo, which means she leads the Google Maps and Local teams. Those services are used by more than one billion people users today. 



See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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Google Maps' augmented reality navigation is finally rolling out several months after its debut, although you might still have to wait a while. The company told the Wall Street Journal the walking-focused feature will be available shortly, but only...
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          Central Park Tour: Iconic Views of Central Park      Cache   Translate Page      

Date: March 9, 2019

Take our signature tour, and let Central Park Conservancy guides give you an insider's look at some of the most iconic features of the world's greatest urban park. Learn how rocky, swampy land was built into the living work of art that is Central Park today. Highlights of this tour include the Dairy, Sheep Meadow, Cherry Hill, The Lake, Bow Bridge, Bethesda Terrace, The Mall, and Literary Walk.

Audio enhancement equipment will be used for this tour. A limited number of hearing loops are available and can be requested with ticket purchase.

Details

Meet: Dairy Visitor Center & Gift Shop (mid-Park between 64th and 65th Streets). Enter the Park at 60th Street and Fifth Avenue, and follow the path adjacent to the drive (road) north; the Dairy will be on your left. Please note Google Maps does not recognize this location. Map of the start location

Terrain: A few inclines and some stairs.

Length of Tour: Approximately 90 minutes

Cost: Tickets $15 (Members $10). Purchase tickets online!

For weather cancellation and other ticket policies, please review our Tours Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Groups of seven or more must schedule a group tour three weeks in advance at tours@centralparknyc.org.

Start time: 12:00 pm

End time: 1:30 pm

Contact phone: (212) 310-6600

Location: Dairy Visitor Center & Gift Shop (in Central Park)


          Central Park Tour: Iconic Views of Central Park      Cache   Translate Page      

Date: March 9, 2019

Take our signature tour, and let Central Park Conservancy guides give you an insider's look at some of the most iconic features of the world's greatest urban park. Learn how rocky, swampy land was built into the living work of art that is Central Park today. Highlights of this tour include the Dairy, Sheep Meadow, Cherry Hill, The Lake, Bow Bridge, Bethesda Terrace, The Mall, and Literary Walk.

Audio enhancement equipment will be used for this tour. A limited number of hearing loops are available and can be requested with ticket purchase.

Details

Meet: Dairy Visitor Center & Gift Shop (mid-Park between 64th and 65th Streets). Enter the Park at 60th Street and Fifth Avenue, and follow the path adjacent to the drive (road) north; the Dairy will be on your left. Please note Google Maps does not recognize this location. Map of the start location

Terrain: A few inclines and some stairs.

Length of Tour: Approximately 90 minutes

Cost: Tickets $15 (Members $10). Purchase tickets online!

For weather cancellation and other ticket policies, please review our Tours Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Groups of seven or more must schedule a group tour three weeks in advance at tours@centralparknyc.org.

Start time: 2:00 pm

End time: 3:30 pm

Contact phone: (212) 310-6600

Location: Dairy Visitor Center & Gift Shop (in Central Park)


          Google Maps AR navigation is rolling out to a handful of users      Cache   Translate Page      
Google Maps' augmented reality navigation is finally rolling out several months after its debut, although you might still have to wait a while. The company told the Wall Street Journal the walking-focused feature will be available shortly, but only...

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A pocos días de San Valentín, ya sea que esté soltero o no, es normal comenzar a hacer planes. Desde la típica ‘escapada’ con su pareja hasta la reunión con los amigos de siempre para celebrar la amistad, Google Maps tiene destinos para todos. De hecho, el blog oficial de Google presenta varios tips para sacarle el máximo provecho a […]

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          Google Maps AR navigation coming first to Local Guides as UI detailed in first look      Cache   Translate Page      

While real-time Google Lens was the big augmented reality announcement at I/O 2018, another exciting in-development feature was teased. Google Maps is working to leverage the camera to overlay walking directions, business listings, and other helpful guides. A first look today details the interface and that’s it coming first to beta testers.

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          Hands-on with AR navigation on Google Maps that the company is testing with Local Guides, a group of power users helping Google improve its Maps experience (David Pierce/Wall Street Journal)      Cache   Translate Page      

David Pierce / Wall Street Journal:
Hands-on with AR navigation on Google Maps that the company is testing with Local Guides, a group of power users helping Google improve its Maps experience  —  The coming Google Maps augmented-reality navigation feature will look through your phone's camera to figure out where you are and show you where you are going.


          Les trucs qui me font détester votre site web en 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

Comme le veut désormais la tradition sur ce site, vu que je surfe pas mal sur le net et que je fais également dans le webmastering et le codage de sites web, voici une liste de pratiques de merdes qu’on trouve sur les sites web et qui m’énervent.

Mon premier article du genre date de 2014. J’ai refait une mise à jour en 2017, et me voilà désormais prêt pour en refaire un pour 2019.

Les notifications

le popup de demande de notification
Non, je veux pas de notifications à outrance.

Le HTML5 apporte plein de possibilités aux concepteurs de sites. L’une d’elles est l’ajout de notifications : un site web, un onglet peut ainsi envoyer une notification au navigateur et même au système. La notif s’affiche alors avec le reste des notifs du système.

Je le dis ici : non, je ne veux pas que votre site me notifie de quoi que ce soit. Je suis assez grand pour regarder l’onglet quand j’en ai envie. Et un popup qui me demande l’autorisation pour pouvoir afficher des notifs, c’est chiant car ça finit de toute façon systématiquement sur « ne jamais activer les notifications sur ce site ».

Rendez-nous plutôt les flux RSS ! C’est comme ça qu’on veut rester au courant des nouveautés de votre site. Ça marche très bien, le RSS.

(Et @Mozilla (et les autres navigateurs) : pitié, utilisez l’outil de notification du SYSTÈME, pas votre truc perso. Sous Mate, Firefox ne respecte pas Notify-OSD et c’est moche).

La géolocalisation

le popup de demande de localisation
Non, tu n’as pas à savoir où je vis.

Ok, celle-ci ne date pas de cette année, mais de plus en plus de site le demandent quand-même, et c’est généralement de façon totalement illégitime : que Google Maps ou OpenStreetMaps me le demande, ok, c’est normal. Mais ton blog personnel, non. Je viens ici pour lire ce que tu a à dire. Toi t’as pas besoin de savoir à 5 mètres près où je vis.

Les bots de hotline

le chatbot de la sncf
Oui ! J’ai une question : tu peux te casser, je suis en train réserver un billet de train, ok ?

Vous arrivez sur un site quelconque et un popup s’ouvre avec un soi-disant opérateur qui vous parle : « Bonjour, en quoi puis-je vous aider ? ». C’est particulièrement vrai pour les sites des SAV, de certains FAI, mais aussi quelques marchands en ligne.
Ils ne sont pas nouveaux, et à l’heure où je publie cet article ils sont moins présents (et moins pourris aussi), mais ils ne remplacent pas encore un formulaire bien foutu.

Un autre truc qu’ils ne remplaceront pas, c’est un humain à qui parler. On s’en fiche de votre chatbot. On ne veut pas parler à un robot. Si votre site est merdique au point que même vous vous savez qu’on aura besoin d’aide, je vous conseille plutôt de virer votre équipe de web-dév pour en recruter un autre.

Si votre site est merdique, la priorité est de le rendre plus accessible, pas de nous tenir la main pour contourner la merde.

À la place, mettez plutôt une page de contact (qui fonctionne) ou un e-mail / numéro de téléphone en bas de la page. C’est beaucoup plus efficace et vos utilisateurs vous remercieront.

Les sites qui stockent les mots de passe en clair

Ça ne se voit pas tout de suite, mais quand on s’inscrit sur un site, votre pseudo et votre mot de passe doivent être stockés quelque part. Comme ça, on peut se connecter la prochaine fois et le site vous reconnaît.
Il arrive que vous oubliez votre mot de passe. Dans ce cas, on utilise une fonction « mot de passe oublié » et le site enclenche une procédure de restauration du mot de passe. Si le site est bien fait, il envoie un lien sur votre boîte mail. En cliquant dessus, votre mot de passe (celui que vous avez oublié) est effacé de la base de donnée du site et vous êtes invités à en entrer un nouveau.

Si le site est mal foutu, alors l’ancien mot de passe vous est renvoyé par e-mail.

À première vue, vous renvoyer le mot de passe peut semble plus pratique et plus rapide. En réalité, il s’agit là d’une très mauvaise pratique.

En effet, ça signifie que le site peut connaître votre mot de passe : donc qu’il est stocké en clair dans la base de données, virtuellement à la vue de n’importe qui. La solution est alors de créer un « hash » du mot de passe (en gros, un code produit à partir du mot de passe, mais avec lequel retrouver le mot de passe est impossible). Comme ça, quand on se connecte, on recalcule le hash et c’est lui qu’on compare à ce qui se trouve dans la base de données. Comme ça, le site ne connaît pas votre mot de passe, et les administrateurs et les pirates non plus. C’est beaucoup plus sécurisé et c’est la bonne méthode aujourd’hui.

Sauf qu’en 2018, il y a toujours des sites qui stockent des mots de passe en clair… Et ça devient très grave. Même la CNIL condamne ces pratiques…

Les sites qui interdisent certains caractères dans le mot passe

C’est symptomatique du point précédent : si l’on stocke correctement un mot de passe, on le fait sous la forme d’un hash (donc une chaîne alpha numérique, empreinte du mot de passe). N’importe quel caractère peut être donné, ça finit toujours en hash.

Si l’on n’utilise pas un hash, alors oui il faut vérifier que le mot de passe ne va pas corrompre la base de données (et encore, avec les requêtes préparées, ce problème ne devrait plus en être un).

Quoi qu’il en soit, si je veux mettre @%£*ע#$☢☹⚠ dans mon mot de passe, je devrais pouvoir le faire. Quant à mettre une limite afin que les néophytes ne se trompent pas, ça revient à tirer tout le monde vers le bas.

Ça serait comme forcer tout le monde à boire de la purée ou de la bouillie sans aucun allergène sous prétexte que certains ne peuvent plus mâcher ou ne peuvent pas tout manger.

Éduquez plutôt les internautes, au lieu de faire un compromis sur la sécurité. À vous de voir : est-il plus probable que Mme Michu se trompe de mot de passe à cause de vous, ou que la CNIL vous tombe sur le dos avec 500 k€ d’amende pour un défaut dans votre sécurité ?

Les sites qui t’envoie un mail à chaque fois que tu te connectes

Certains sites t’envoient un mail à chaque fois que tu te connectes dessus. Si d’un point de vue sécuritaire ça peut paraître louable, ça fait surtout pas mal de spam.

En particulier, c’est ce que fait OVH Telecom, quand je me connecte à leur interface. Déjà, je me connecte depuis chez moi (donc avec l’IP qui m’est attribué), donc a priori ça ne devrait pas être frauduleux. Aucun moyen de désactiver ça, et aucun moyen de me mettre sur liste blanche. Mais surtout, c’est juste un e-mail pour me dire « vous vous êtes connectés » : il n’y a pas de 2FA ni rien.

Je ne vois pas trop l’utilité dans ce cas : si un pirate cherche à changer mon mot de passe, c’est à ce moment-là qu’il faut m’envoyer un e-mail (éventuellement avec un lien pour le changer).

Les e-mails de connexion qui arrivent en retard

Certains sites, que ce soit pour changer ton mot de passe ou justement confirmer une connexion, t’envoie un e-mail avec un lien de connexion. Ça c’est bien seulement si l’e-mail arrive dans les 30 secondes après avoir voulu se connecter.

S’il faut attendre ne serait-ce que 5 minutes, alors ça devient vite très chiant (oui on est la génération pressée, désolé).

Bien-sûr, je ne parle pas d’un grand site français qui met jusqu’à 4 heures pour envoyer un e-mail

Les pop-up pour le pistage

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Encore heureux que tu respectes mon choix, connard !

Les navigateurs prévoient une fonction qui permet de spécifier au site visité qu’on ne souhaite pas être pisté. C’est plus ou moins respecté par les sites, mais ça a le mérite d’exister.

Certains sites n’ont pas vraiment compris les principes de base du « ne pas faire chier l’utilisateur » et qui affichent alors un joli pop-up en JS « Vous avez demandé à ne pas être pisté. OK/Annuler ». Suivi d’un second pop-up « Nous respectons votre choix. OK/Annuler ».

Ces popup sont bien-sûr bloquants et mettent en avant l’onglet en question (donc si t’étais en train de lire un truc dans un autre onglet, t’es dérangé).

Conseil aux pages-web :

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(cf ce mème)

Respectez l’utilisateur et son choix. C’est son choix, vous respectez, point.

Les pop-up RGPD

Comme si les pop-up pour s’inscrire, pour follower, pour donner l’e-mail, pour accepter les cookies, pour demander la géolocalisation, pour confirmer le pas-de-pistage, pour demander de désactiver la pub, pour recommander Chrome, pour nous dire d’activer Flash… ne suffisaient pas, désormais il y a le RGPD.

C’est le règlement qui oblige les sites à nous demander la permission pour utiliser certains cookies. Au fond c’est une bonne chose, mais encore une fois, la façon dont c’est implémenté par les différents sites fait que c’est une entrave constante à la navigation.

Non seulement ces popup sont très chiants, mais surtout ils ne servent à rien : dans 90 % du temps, ils ne présentent qu’un bouton pour tout accepter (chose qu’ils veulent) et jamais pour tout refuser (choser qu’ils craignent) ; et comme nous on veut lire le putain d’article, on est obligé de tout accepter et au final le RGPD n’aura servi à rien. Enfin si : maintenant en cas de problème, le site pourra se défausser sur nous : « ah, mais mon bon monsieur, vous avez accepté et maintenant votre numéro de téléphone est dans la nature ».

(Et à vrai dire, ça fait plutôt double emploi avec la fonction déjà présente dans mon navigateur pour bloquer le pistage, et celui pour bloquer les cookies tiers, mais c’est un problème d’incompétence de nos élus).

Les mesures anti-scroll

J’ai déjà parlé des mesures anti-clic-droit l’an dernier, et des mesures visant à capturer les événements qu’on produit en faisant des raccourcis claviers (Alt, Shift, etc.). Jusqu’à récemment je n’avais encore pas vu un autre truc : une méthode qui m’empêche de produire un « clic-molette » sur la page, pour scroller très vite tout en bas ou tout en haut.

Du coup, sur une page de 3km, je vois obligé de faire fumer la molette manuellement. C’est ridicule : arrêtez de capturer les événements par défaut !

Laissez notre souris et notre clavier tranquilles, à la fin ! Si vous voulez utiliser des raccourcis clavier, il existe déjà un truc pour ça (les accesskey). C’est ensuite le navigateur qui fait en sorte que ça n’entre pas en conflit avec les autres raccourcis claviers.


          Der Nordpol der Erde hat sich verschoben — das bedeutet es für eure Navigationssysteme      Cache   Translate Page      

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Der Nordpol oder genauer der Arktische Magnetpol ist nicht etwa ein fester geografischer Punkt auf unserer Erdkugel. Nein, er bewegt sich und das ziemlich rasant. So rasant, dass Geophysiker nun vorzeitig ihr Referenzmodell, World Magnetic Model (WMM) genannt, aktualisiert haben. Normalerweise wäre das erst für 2020 vorgesehen gewesen. Das WMM wird von US- und britischen Militärs finanziert.

Die Bestimmung des Arktischen Magnetpols ist nicht irgendein Lust-und-Laune-Spiel für unterbeschäftigte Wissenschaftler, sondern entscheidend für Piloten, Kapitäne und Soldaten. Auch Google Maps nordet seine Karten gemäß den WMM-Vorgaben. Der Nordpol gibt uns also allen Orientierung. Doch was, wenn all die Navis und Kompasse nicht mehr übereinstimmen mit den wissenschaftlich ermittelten und alle fünf Jahre aktualisierten Referenzmodellen?

Warum der Nordpol inzwischen so schnell wandert

Das kann ziemlich schnell gehen. Zurzeit wandert der Arktische Magnetpol etwa 50 Kilometer pro Jahr, sagen Experten. Änderte sich sein Standort zwischen 1900 und 1980 kaum, hat sich die Bewegung seitdem beschleunigt. Befand sich der Arktische Magnetpol 1904 noch im Nordosten Kanadas, bewegt er sich seitdem Richtung Sibirien.

Wissenschaftler sind sich nicht ganz sicher, was dahinter steckt. Sie deuten aber auf den äußeren Erdkern. Sie glauben, dass flüssiges Metall, das dort vorkommt und sich außerordentlich schnell bewegt, für die Verschiebungen verantwortlich sein könnten. Auch ein ein geomagnetischer Ruck unter Südamerika 2016 könnte das Magnetfeld der Erde durcheinandergewirbelt haben.

Der Arktische Magnetpol wandert und das immer schneller.

Das Referenzmodell WMM, das erstmals 1965 vorgestellt wurde, ist keine Momentaufnahme davon, wie das Magnetfeld der Erde alle fünf Jahre aussieht. Vielmehr handelt es sich um eine Liste von Zahlen, anhand derer Geräte und Navigatoren in den fünf Jahren nach der Veröffentlichung des Modells jederzeit berechnen können, wie das Magnetfeld auf der Erde aussehen wird.

Nordpol-Referenzmodell wieder aktualisiert

Je mehr sich der Arktische Magnetpol aber bewegt, desto höher ist die Wahrscheinlichkeit von Fehlern. Daher wurde das Modell seit 2016 immer ungenauer.

Lest auch: Google Maps hat eine sehr praktische Funktion, wenn ihr euch mit Freunden trefft

Deshalb entschieden sich die Wissenschaftler, das Referenzmodell schon Anfang 2019 und nicht erst ein Jahr später zu aktualisieren. Seit 4. Februar steht das Update. Piloten, Schiffskapitäne und Militärs dürften sich seitdem wieder ein Stück besser zurechtfinden. Und wir, die wir Google Maps benutzen, sicherlich auch.

Dieser Text fußt auf einem in unserer US-Ausgabe erschienen Artikel. Er wurde zu hiesigem Zwecke von Claudia Saatz und Andreas Baumer gekürzt und angepasst.

DAS KÖNNTE EUCH AUCH INTERESSIEREN:

 "Monster aus dem Osten": Ein Ereignis am Nordpol werdet ihr in Deutschland jetzt spüren

 Forscher bemerken eine Unregelmäßigkeit auf der Erde, die es zuletzt vor 700.000 Jahren gab

 Forscher entdecken mysteriöses Kraftfeld in Afrika, das verheerende Auswirkungen haben könnte

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          Trucker In Indonesia Nearly Dies After Google Maps Directions Have Him Drive Over A Cliff      Cache   Translate Page      

A desolate road cuts through the jungle

A trucker in Indonesia barely escaped with his life after pulling up a route from Google Maps to reach a desolate village and following the route — directly off a cliff.

The incident was recounted in the Jakarta Post, describing how truck driver Agus Tri Pamungkas used the online directions to hep him reach Singakerta village with a truck full of rocks. He became lost along the way and used Google Maps in an effort to get back on track, but the app told him to follow a route that took him high above the Wos River on a road that was not suited for cars.

The truck driver said he became worried when the road grew more narrow, but said he was stuck and had no choice but to continue along the dangerous route.

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          COMING SOON: The Real World, With GOOGLE Maps Layered on Top...      Cache   Translate Page      

COMING SOON: The Real World, With GOOGLE Maps Layered on Top...


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          Google is letting some users test its AR navigation feature for Google Maps - The Verge      Cache   Translate Page      
  1. Google is letting some users test its AR navigation feature for Google Maps  The Verge
  2. It’s the Real World—With Google Maps Layered on Top  The Wall Street Journal
  3. No more walking in the wrong direction with the upcoming AR experience on Google Maps  Android Authority
  4. Google Maps AR navigation is rolling out to a handful of users  Engadget
  5. Google Maps AR navigation coming first to Local Guides as UI detailed in first look  9to5Google
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          Here’s Google Maps AR Navigation Guiding You With Overlays On Real World Streets      Cache   Translate Page      
Here’s Google Maps AR Navigation Guiding You With Overlays On Real World Streets At last year's Google I/O conference, there was much talk about augmented reality (AR) enhancements that would be coming to the huge popular Google Maps navigation app. We haven't heard much else since the feature was first talked up, but Google is now letting a select few testers see how AR navigation works in the real world. In this case, The



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