Google Latitude

I’m trying out the public post of Google Latitude. It’s a little odd to have anyone able to look at where I am at, but you have the ability to […]

I’m trying out the public post of Google Latitude. It’s a little odd to have anyone able to look at where I am at, but you have the ability to turn off the Latitude sync temporarily for your phone if you need to. I’ve placed my Google Latitude public location on the sidebar of the web page here and we’ll see how it works out, how often it updates, etc. The lack of others using the system and willing to give up that information makes me wonder how useful this actually might be, but some of that might be due to the iPhone not enabling support… but that’s another story. It’s the reason I’m an Android user instead. 🙂 Enjoy.

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My name is Paul Hassinger, the founder of ipaul.com. I have been an avid user of computers since a child. I started when I was about 10 years old working on an Atari computer. Since then, I grew and have had exposure to all types of technologies. I started using FIDONet on a BBS as a child and grew to the Internet. My first graphical world wide web experience was in 1993 using Mosaic. Over time I've worked with both small and large computing systems even maintaining systems serving millions of users on some of the largest social networking sites. I hope to use this blog to capture what I've learned over the years and what I do in my daily life so that others and myself may find the information useful.