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Sunday, March 06, 2005

 
A current boast over at the Google Blog is that you can now get current conditions and a forecast. Actually, no you CANNOT get current conditions and a forecast, unless you happen to based in the US. While I'm all in favour of Google innovating new things it would be really nice if one of their software engineers could actually spend their 20% project time by opening an atlas and recognising that actually the US is only part of the world.
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To be fair, they did state that in the blog you reference, and it is a logical place for them to start for several obvious reasons.
 
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