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Photo of Ekus Nazywam się Andrzej Rusztowicz, niektórzy znają mnie jako Ekusa. Jestem programistą i pasjonatem nowych technologii. Tego bloga piszę głównie dla siebie, mając jednak nadzieję, że ktoś kiedyś znajdzie tutaj coś wartościowego. Więcej linków o mnie poniżej.

My name is Andrzej Rusztowicz, some people call me Ekus.
I’m a programmer and a computer geek, based in Kraków, Poland. This blog is written mostly in Polish and for personal use, but maybe some day you will find something valuable here. For more details please follow the links below.

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Art Gould  |  2008-12-18 at 5:55

    Hi Andrzej

    Since you’ve previously mentioned Everytrail in your blog, and you’re a self-described computer geek, we thought
    you would like to know about our just-released integration, as a
    network layer, with Google Earth.

    When you choose a location with the Everytrail layer active, you will see a display of actual trips that real people have shared on the Everytrail site. We think that GPS trip sharing in Google Earth is a powerful way to share or plan a trip, because the trips are integrated with all of the Google Earth facillities.

    EveryTrail is a global web2.0 platform for geotagged user generated travel content that is changing the way millions of people share their travel experiences and plan their trips. EveryTrail users create valuable content, for themselves, their family and friends, and for the broader community, by uploading GPS data and photos in order to create visual interactive trip reports of their travel experiences.

    If you’re interested, we’ve got more information about trip sharing with Google Earth at http://www.everytrail.com/earth and on our blog at blog.everytrail.com.

    See you on Every Trail.

    Art

  • 2. Ekus  |  2012-03-28 at 18:33

    I use EveryTrail for storing my short trips, and I recommend it. Good job!

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