Google just announced a new Google Maps feature:
Starting today, Google Maps supports collaborative map-making, so multiple people can edit the same My Map. Just click the “Collaborate” link and enter the email addresses of the people you want to invite. They’ll receive an email invitation with a link to the map. Once they open the map, they should be able to edit it, as long as they are signed into a Google Account that’s associated with that email address. You can also open your map to the world so anyone can edit it by selecting the “Allow anyone to edit this map” checkbox.
So, I went ahead and created the Oracle People map. Go ahead and add yourself to the map. All what you need is a free Google Account, but if you have one, like a Gmail account for example, you’re all good to go.
You can add not only your name and location, but also any other information you like to share with the rest of us. There is even a rich text editor so you can easily add links, images and formatted text.
I can see the map as being a very useful social and networking tool. I’m sure you’ll be surprised how many Oracle People live and work just around your corner.
Click here to add yourself or edit the map. Make sure you’re logged in to your Google Account.