Google Maps as a Writing Space

This is pretty cool:

Google Maps has rolled out a new feature where you can annotate and do all kinds of cool things with your own maps. Here’s one I made of EMU:

Steve’s version of EMU

Mark Crane posted to techrhet about this and wrote “It is cool and fun, so that may prevent some instructors from
using it, but I thought I would mention it as a possible composing space.” Indeed; could be a fun writing project about where one is from though in a first year comp kinda class though, huh?

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