Where’d we all go?

Due to the nature of my job (I do software development for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), I spend a lot of time on the Internet.

A few months ago, I ran across a site called Frappr. At the time, I was impressed with it’s innovative use of Google Maps to allow groups to easily create online maps showing where their members live.

Cool! I thought. I created one or two maps of networks that I am involved with at work.

Then it occurred to me — why not use this to figure out where the MHS Class of 1976 lives?

Here’s the result: Mariner High School Class of 1976 Frappr Map .

As of today, just a small handful of people have added their names to the map. But the number appears to be growing, and it’s a fun way to see where everyone lives.

Give it a try. Takes about 30 seconds to add yourself to the map.


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