[FoRK] Paper vs Digital maps -- tip of an iceberg?

Michael Cummins michael at i-magery.com
Sun May 30 12:12:50 PDT 2010

> Stephen Williams
> Too bad Maps/Earth don't have aviation maps and plates yet, with 3D 
> airways and airspaces even.

The Nobeltec suite is really quite amazing.  An excellent demonstration of how digital maps can be superior.

-- MEC



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