my morning ride

11 September 2005 at 23:36 (General)

Google map of the path I take to uni most days. You can zoom in closer after about the 3-4 km mark if you so desire.

(i’m told this takes a while to initially load, even on a reasonable connection)

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6 Comments

  1. Kent said,

    4:57 first segment of map appears
    5:58 half of map loaded
    7:45 no further progress, transfer rates in internet connect drop significantly for the first time. looks like it’s timed out
    8:30 state of affairs unchanged, i give up

  2. matty said,

    12:56 first segment of map appears
    12:56 half of map loaded
    12:56 no further progress, transfer rates in internet connect drop significantly for the first time. looks like it’s timed out.

    oh, hang on it’s just finished.

  3. Kent said,

    Sorry.. I wasn’t trying to be sarcastic, I was just listing what happened and by 4:57 i didn’t mean 4:57pm, I meant four minutes and 57 seconds since I clicked on the link. Whatever, fuck this

  4. matty said,

    np. I thought you’d waited for hours which would just be stupid. We still don’t understand why you have dialup though.

    and sorry, I was just trying to be funny, I really shouldn’t

  5. matty said,

    Sill, it’s a cool little application of googlemaps. I was impressed. Though after about the 10km mark, creating the path was painfully slow (not sure if the bottle neck was the connection between my modem(512) and their server or the hopeless Pentium2 I was trying to use)

  6. Kent said,

    It looks cool… needless to say, I’ll take an actual look at uni sometime.

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