Re: Google Maps

I don't know how to solve the problem (the very real, serious, and

> IMHO increasing) problem of corruption of many of our primary > information sources and media by advertising I'd willingly pay a > significant subscription fee for access to a Google equivalent that > was equally good and that I could be sure was and would remain truly > advertiser independent.

There is no such thing. (No, not even public TV and radio, they have corporate sponsorships too, and have had them for quite some time.) - Apple Valley, CA -

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