Friday, July 08, 2005 + geotagging images on Google Maps is getting into the Google Maps spirit! The digital photo sharing site Zoto is now supporting geotagging on all its images. They strip GPS EXIF data from images that have it (using a free MSFT location stamper tool) and then pass the coordinates to a Google map hack. You can also set coordinates on the interface itself, if you don't want to mess around with the GPS and/or stamping software. Once you've geotagged your images there is a great community page here. If you need some help with the geotagging a Zoto user has posted some how-to stuff on geotagging..
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