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Harvard Creates Color-Coded Real-Time COVID-19 Map

Harvard University has released a new interactive map with live time data intended to help the public and policymakers assess the threat or risk level of COVID-19 in their communities.
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Keep The kids Entertained On A Road Trip

Tablets and smartphones have definitely revolutionized family road trips, but the inevitable utterance of “Are we there yet?” will be mentioned several times from the back seat. So as you hit the road for Thanksgiving, here are some creative ways to keep your kids occupied, organized, and...
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Most Young People Have Never Read A Paper Map

A new survey has found that 1 in 7 Millennials have never read a paper map! That means millions of young adults may end up completely lost without a working digital device. The survey of 1,000 millennials (adults ages 23 thru 38) and 1,000 middle-aged adults at least 39 years old revealed that...
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Most Americans Cannot Point Out Where They Live On A Map

Todays' technology has help us tremendously, especially when we are traveling. But it is at a cost. Friday's storm spawned many severe thunderstorm warnings and meteorologists quickly alerted us of what counties were under these warning. However studies have found upwards of 85% of the population...
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This Map App Delivers The Need For Speed

When it comes to traveling, we generally want to get to our destination as soon as possible. If that's the case you may want to skip the already installed driving maps on your phone and aim for the Waze app. An engineer with some time on their hands decided to do a travel time comparison between...
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When The Google And Bing Maps Cars Meet

Rivalries have long been a part of our culture. From Coke vs Pepsi to Target vs Walmart, they bring out the best 9and sometimes the worst) in us. Now that we're firmly in the 21st century a newer rivalry exists between Google and Bing. The two Internet giants offer many service including map...
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Interactive Map Shows The peak Dates For Fall Foliage

When you are outside it's hard to believe it is autumn but a quick drive up north and you'll begin to see the glorious fall colors as trees shed their leaves for winter. If you're able to get a few days off this month, you can plan a trip and be surrounded by brilliant reds, yellows, purple and...
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Power Outages/Outage Maps

Losing electricity due to a Tropical Storm or Hurricane can be expected. When power is fully restored depends on a number of circumstances. Please remember to treat all downed power lines as live and STAY AWAY and DO NOT TOUCH IT. Below are the major power suppliers in our area, how to alert them...
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The Loudest Areas To Live In The Heart Of Florida

There is a lot of noise and we're not talking about your co-worker's personal phone calls. The U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics has released a complete map of the United States, which highlights the areas in which you are more likely to suffer excessive noise. The good news for us in the...
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Interactive Map Shows Several Florida Counties With High Zika Risk

Temperatures are rising as we edge closer to summer and threat of misquotes spreading the Zika virus once again will be a big concern, especially for parents-to-be in Alachua, Columbia, Dixie and Union counties. A new interactive map from St. Louis University shows the areas of highest risk of Zika...
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