Unleash your city’s cultural data

May 16, 2012 No comments yet

For the past six years we have been building Google Maps mashups and have learned a lot doing it. But something has changed these days with the availability of all these data APIs and with the rise of the Open Data movements all across Canada, the US and all over the world.
Six years ago the [...]

Ready, set, go: The Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE Competition is underway

July 21, 2010 1 comment

Kevin Macdonald talks about ThinkWrap’s partnership with the X PRIZE Foundation in a project to inspire a new generation of safe, green and super efficient vehicles.

X PRIZE Foundation to Partner with ThinkWrap

October 14, 2009 No comments yet

PLAYA VISTA, CA, October 14, 2009 – The X PRIZE Foundation today announced details of a unique partnership with ThinkWrap Solutions Inc. to benefit the Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE, a multi-million dollar competition designed to inspire a new generation of viable, safe and super fuel-efficient vehicles.

Where can I get those Martha Stewart bath beads?

May 22, 2009 No comments yet

When Martha Stewart came knocking we knew that her diverse product offerings would require a store locator robust enough to track down the most sought after duvets, candle holders and other “good things.”
Our team designed, developed, and successfully deployed the Martha Stewart store locator and also created a data standard and integration process to support [...]

Isn’t it time to upgrade your campus map?

May 22, 2009 4 comments

If there is one map I tend to ruminate the most on, it would have to be our work on OttawaU’s interactive campus map.
As demonstrated in the video, the new map is chock full of features that I wish I had had during my days at school. I would have especially liked [...]

Obama-Biden Real Time SMS Google Map

May 10, 2009 2 comments

Our GoogleMapsDev team plotted text messages on a map of the United States for the Obama campaign. Text messages, received from an SMS service, were geocoded based on phone number, aggregated by campaign topic, and displayed on a Google Map. Our map was tailored and integrated into a very large 50K+ person stadium [...]

What did you do for Earth Day?

May 5, 2009 No comments yet

Some people carried reusable shopping bags, while others took shorter showers. Many people made commitments to help improve the environment and we worked with Google to create this map to showcase some of those great ideas that were submitted.

Do you have a great Google Maps mashup idea? Then there is no time to waste. Let us know and we can help you.
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