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August 26th, 2014
The Whiteboard Doodles that Became Google Maps

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The photograph, below, of seemingly random scribbles on a whiteboard is the thought bubble for what today is known as Google Maps. The annotations – revealed here publicly for the first time – were scrawled in 2004 by Australian software engineer Noel Gordon, one of the four men who founded the Sydney-based digital mapping start-up Where 2 Technologies. Read more in The Sydney Morning Herald

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