There's an old saying in the real-estate business that the three most important things in a property are location, location and location. We can assume this is still true when it comes to real estate, but it also is increasingly true when it comes to Web applications. A number of my recent consulting projects have included, in one way or another, the need to work with addresses and locations of various sorts.
With the dangers of geotagging more than obvious for soldiers, the US Army is also warning civilians against tagging their every move.
Lying's a lot harder than it used to be. Examples --Boss: "Where are you?" Employee: "On my way to the office." Boss: "Show me." --- Mom: "Where are you?" Son: "At Jimmy's house" Mom: "Show me." With geo-coded messages, you have to be where you say you are. Be it a parent or employer, anyone wit