[OSM-talk] Survey: notebooks

Franc Carter franc.carter at gmail.com
Mon Aug 13 04:38:06 BST 2007

I use a camera for school, park and other large objects that can be seen
on yahoo maps - but for street names I find it very difficult to get the
correct (I have a incredibly bad sense of direction), what are other camera
doing to help with orientation of photographs ?

On 8/13/07, Jason Reid <osm at bowvalleytechnologies.com> wrote:
> OJW wrote:
> > How many people here use paper notebooks to record street names and such
> like?
> > (i.e. pages full of "waypoint 153 = Hewson Road, 154 = pub: Vine
> Inn...")
> >
> >
> >
> I've been playing with recording directly to my MP3 player/recorder, it
> works pretty well as a lot of the time that I am out I am driving. If
> I'm on foot usually use a small digital camera, found a very cheap
> (read: $10 CAD) keychain camera that works not too badly except for its
> time synchronization is pretty bad. I used a notebook once or twice, it
> generally its a lot of hassle and like others have mentioned, can be a
> bit of a challenge to decipher at the end of the day.
> -Jason Reid
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