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29.09.2014

What’s at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue again? Maybe Sarah Palin used Google Maps

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Filed under: internet, media, politics, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 10.50

6 Responses to ‘What’s at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue again? Maybe Sarah Palin used Google Maps’

  1. MiramarMike says:

    Do you mean Google Earth?

  2. Jack Yan says:

    Yes—shows you how often I use Google now! Again, an error more minor than Google’s.

  3. […] had with it. And you know they can’t be that smart if, for many, many versions of Google Earth, they had no idea what was at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC.    Facebook, naturally, observes these same traditions. Last year, I lost access to the […]

  4. […] idea where Paris (I specifically mean the French one, as I’m sure most of you know) was. And Google didn’t know where the White House was last decade, so American companies not knowing the location of American cities and landmarks shouldn’t be […]

  5. […] I guess no one at Google has figured out that that’s important. (Remember, this is the same company that didn’t know what significant American building is located at 160…, and the way to deal with whistleblowers is allegedly to call the cops on them.)    We […]

  6. […] of censorship, their exercise of a monopoly, their taking and exposure of user data, and their general incompetence. We all know about their failure to be transparent, especially with the one product which makes the […]

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