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Some weeks´s ago I see great programs (and data)... See World Images, I´m impressed with:

  • MonkMaps (PerlMonks! Put your location! )
  • WorldWind (Nasa) - Community info
  • KeyHole (Google´s acquired)

    The KeyHole have great images from Rio de Janeiro/Brasil, this data is great, I found my actual home there!!

    But what it´s happen with Perl?? None, directly, but has with info available from PerlMonks, and I´m start other campaign!

    Put YOUR location on BigMonkMap, don´t need to do exact coords, but to see your continent, country and/or city.

    It´s permit to see more info about where Perl Mongers are localized!

    You see info about PerlMonks? NOT!! See now! It´s a excelent work!

  • Statistical page of PerlMonks
  • Level statistics

    Remember, After insert your tags check your home node!

    Others good tags are os and birthday.

    All non-english speakers... Put your dot at map!


    Portuguese version

    Algumas semanas atrás eu vi ótimos programas (e dados)... Vi Imagens do Globo, fiquei impressionado com:
  • MonkMaps (PerlMonks! Coloque sua localização! )
  • WorldWind (Nasa) - Informações da comunidade
  • KeyHole (Adquirido recentemente pelo Google)

    O KeyHole possui maravilhosas imagens do Rio de Janeiro/Brasil, estes dados são incríveis, eu encontrei minha casa atual nele!!

    Mas o que isto tem a ver com Perl?? Nada, diretamente, porém tem algo com inforções dos PerlMonks, e eu iniciei uma campanha!

    Coloque SUA localização no BigMonkMap, não precisa ser coordenadas exatas, mas para ver seu continente, país e/ou cidade.

    Isto permitirá mais informações sobre onde os Perl Mongers estão localizados!

    VocÇe já viu informações sobre os PerlMonks? NÃO!! Veja agora! Este é um excelente trabalho!

  • Pagina de estatisticas do PerlMonks
  • Estatísticas de Level

    Lembre-se, Após inserir suas tags verifique seu home node!

    Outras tags muito boas são os and birthday.

    A todos aqueles que falam portugues (e outras que não ingles)... Cologuem seus pontos no mapa!

  • Some statistics about tags, Homenodes With:

    Pictures (display) (3.426%) 1184 MonkMap Tags (display) (2.271%) 785 OS Tags (display) (1.612%) 557 Birthday Tags (display) (1.736%) 600 E-mail Tags (display) (1.105%) 382

    --
    Marco Antonio
    Rio-PM


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