n.— «Online maps such as those offered by software firms Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft have become ubiquitous tools for finding directions from Point A to Point B. But creative travelers around the world are now embracing the “pushpin” features of such maps to post information, from the location of hidden tourist gems to the city spot where they shared their first kiss.…The trend has been dubbed neogeography, and some enthusiasts predict it could spur a revolution in electronic cartography.» —“‘Neogeography’ Blends Blogs With Online Maps” by Joab Jackson National Geographic News Apr. 25, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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