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click on this link to access the video, http://skytoearth.co...sing-bing-maps/



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The "pirate map" styling is neat, but what is really interesting is how it filters out the roads to just the major routes on the outside, and then increasingly minor streets as you approach the location. Thanks for sharing.

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It's quite fascinating to watch the runtime processing too.  I created the following for my work location - and while I would change a few things (pirate hwy shields, please), the results are impressive from a cloud-processing perspective.


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