[OT] Map of email origins to Python list

Michael ms at cerenity.org
Wed Nov 9 18:37:05 CET 2005

Paul McGuire wrote:

> "Claire McLister" <mclister at zeesource.net> wrote in message
> news:mailman.221.1131384118.18701.python-list at python.org...
>   We've been working with Google Maps, and have created a web service to
> map origins of emails to a group. As a trial, we've developed a map of
> emails to this group at:
>   http://www.zeesource.net/maps/map.do?group=668
>   This represents emails sent to the group since October 27.
>   Would like to hear what you think of it.
> ------------------------------
> <sigh>
> Another sleepless camera pointed at the fishbowl that is my online life.
> I guess it's a great way to find where there might be Python jobs to be
> found, or at least kindred souls (or dissident Python posters in countries
> where Internet activity is closely monitored...)
> To me, it's either cool in a creepy sort of way, or creepy in a cool sort
> of way.

As long as it gets my location WRONG, I'm happy.



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