It would be nice to have the phone number of the business on Google
maps. Even with such good directions you can still manage to get lost
driving in big cities.
It would also be useful to have a small box to type notes in. (mostly
for the phone number :)
Strange.....the directions show the address but not the phone number,
but the printout shows the directions and the phone number.
The link I intended to send was of directions from point A to B. For
some reason it only showed a map of Atlanta.
Sometimes I think I should just........Put the mouse down and step
away from the computer! :)
Try NOT asking for a map, and often, you'll get a link to one at the top of
the search results, along with the phone number. For instance, put this text
in your google search box:
aladdin's monroe ave rochester ny
The search engine apparently thinks you want more than just a map, but it's
smart enough to provide both.
Ah, so you and I can speak some of the same language. The
fellow I mentioned who lost pipes, lived a couple blocks
south of Silver Stadium. He'd be good with a garbage plate,
and likes his cuts from Skips. On the First of the Month, of
course. He's also aparently been down on his luck, and slept
on the steam pipes under Broad Street.
When you hit "print" on the map- a new window pops up and in the upper
right corner there is a small box that has in light colored font;
"You can enter notes here"
If you enter notes there, the type disappears and you are left with a
[I typed/copied over 500 characters in the box- don't know if there is
A question for the group...is there a map site that one can use with a
very slow dialup.
At my cabin, I have a landline (no DSL) but no cell and no boardband.
The other question...why are sites hell bent on using so much
bandwidth that one can't hardly use them by cell.
Seems like they are shooting themselves in the foot.
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