Trusting The Web With A Postal Address

Trusting The Web With A Postal Address
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 4 december 2008

eHub pointed us towards this interesting mapping plugin engine that adapts the rendering of maps by grouping markers in order to generate an ultra fast display for high data volume maps. Well it sounded interesting on eHub and so we went to check it out and in the process we wondered where the site was based but we couldn’t find out that information. When you click Contact Us it just takes you through to a page with a form and no postal address. This happens everywhere – websites that hide or forget to show they live in the real world.

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