Homepages combines maps and houses for sale

Gary Price has been finding some cool stuff lately. He links us to HomePages, which is a new service that takes local home sale listings and puts it on an Flash-based map/aerial photo.

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Comments

  1. Ugh, that’s terrible! It barely works with the mouse control and looks like crap. Why didn’t they just use something that looks good like Google Maps instead? This is even worse than Virtual Earth!

  2. Ugh, that’s terrible! It barely works with the mouse control and looks like crap. Why didn’t they just use something that looks good like Google Maps instead? This is even worse than Virtual Earth!

  3. It doesn’t matter that it’s not AJAX, it’s just a crappy implementation in Flash.

    Don’t know why it has to be pointed out if it’s AJAX or not, that just seems kinda weird …

  4. It doesn’t matter that it’s not AJAX, it’s just a crappy implementation in Flash.

    Don’t know why it has to be pointed out if it’s AJAX or not, that just seems kinda weird …