Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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time&place site: public photo albums with date & place specified
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There's quite a few photo album sites that let users upload their photos for people to see. I think it would be nice if there was such a site that let you specify a) the date, and b) the location the photos were taken. Then if you were interested in photos of certain place and/or a certain time (e.g. "Edinburgh around new year 2002") you could search for other peoples photos - it would be nice to see other views of an event you were at, for instance...
lardus, Feb 26 2003

Might be interesting coupled with this http://www.halfbakery.com/idea/geocorder
Location-specific messaging. [DrCurry, Oct 17 2004]

An umbrella idea http://www.halfbake...ey_20should_20be_21
This and "You, in somebody else's vacation photos" [JackandJohn, Oct 17 2004]

halfway there http://geourl.org/
it's easy enough to tag with the "place" part of the equation. Now we just need to integrate timestamps... [egnor, Oct 17 2004]

Discussion about this idea? http://groups.yahoo...p/timeandplacesite/
I'm thinking of baking this idea as I see it, anyone interested go to the above URL or email timeandplacesite-subscribe@yahoogroups.com to join the list [lardus, Oct 17 2004]

flickr uses EXIF http://www.flickr.com
which lets you goecode your photos [neilp, Apr 11 2005]

advert: firefox extension 'Nearby' by me. http://www.allthego...33.8906&long=151.21
points you to a page with photos of the current website's geo meta data [neilp, Apr 11 2005]


       Hastings, Southern England - 1066
po, Feb 26 2003

       My my,po. You don't look a day over 800. I would never have taken you for a participant at William the Conqueror's defeat of the Saxophones.
jurist, Feb 26 2003

       trouble is I only had a Kodak brownie at the time :)
po, Feb 26 2003

       This is a good idea. Nice and simple and quite interesting. In fact, I think that you should go ahead and bake it, lardus.
DrBob, Feb 26 2003

       I'd like to take a look at any photos from the Grassy Knowl, Dallas, Texas November 22, 1963.
FarmerJohn, Feb 26 2003

       Edinburgh, Hogmanay, 2002/2003   

       Please Lord, let there be no photos...
Jinbish, Feb 26 2003

       [myface] sent me some hilarious pictures of some really drunk man kissing a garden gnome.
po, Feb 26 2003

       //the defeat of the saxophones.//   

       Is that when Scotland fell into the darkness of bagpipes?
RayfordSteele, Feb 26 2003

       Jerusalem, December, 0.
phoenix, Feb 26 2003

       (Pedantic note: There is no year zero in the BC/AD scheme. And do you mean ~4BC, Bethlehem?)
Monkfish, Feb 26 2003

       Jerusalem, December 0 - there was this nightclub and it was fairly heaving. Herod was in town and the wine flowed.... no film in my brownie.
po, Feb 26 2003

       define: heaving
thumbwax, Mar 01 2003

       In this context, full to (and possibly beyond) fire limit. (Also means extremely dirty.)
angel, Mar 02 2003

       Then we could print the photos and make structural differentials with them.
1kester, Mar 03 2003

       I'm now seriously thinking of baking this idea. (I have the skills needed as I'm a software engineer by trade.)   

       I'm interested in having discussion (via an email list I could set up) with anyone interested in talking about this idea. You don't have to be technically minded to join in.   

       If you're interested in joining the discussion, I've set up a yahoo group for an email list. To join, email timeandplacesite-subscribe@yahoogroups.com, or see the web page in my link above.
lardus, Mar 04 2003

       [lardus], if you would, move the http link up to the links area on the page, please.
bristolz, Mar 04 2003


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