LONDON, October 13, 2015 – Fuller, aka Gareth Wood, a British artist, has drawn a meticulous map of London, which has taken an astonishing ten years to complete.
Here’s an interesting effort that gives you a modern day webmap revealing London back in the 16th Century when Shakespear was around.
Something fun and cool from the UK… a Minecraft map / rendition of London
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Telematics is changing the insurance industry so we’ve put together the Insurance Telematics Europe Conference (May 9-10, London). It will tackle issues such as consumer privacy concerns to take this new technology mass market. There are just 21 places left so I wanted to give you a quick update incase you’d like to attend: • […]
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