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Charles J Rieger III: System for communicating through maps. Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, November 25, 2003: US06654800 (152 worldwide citation)

An HTTP server connected to the World Wide Web is described. The system allows a user to post arbitrary information to any geographical region simply by outlining the region on a map in the system's graphical user interface and attaching the information to the outlined region. Any user of the s ...


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Charles J Rieger III: System for communicating through maps. Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, November 14, 2006: US07136915 (113 worldwide citation)

A communications system to post arbitrary information to any geographical region simply by outlining the region on a map in the system's user interface and attaching the information to the outlined region is provided. The outlined region can be of any size, e.g., a city block, a neighborhood, a coun ...


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Charles J Rieger: System for communicating through maps. Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox Pllc, August 1, 2002: US20020103892-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A communications system to post arbitrary information to any geographical region simply by outlining the region on a map in the system's user interface and attaching the information to the outlined region is provided. The outlined region can be of any size, e.g., a city block, a neighborhood, a coun ...


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Rieger Charles J Iii: System for communicating through maps. Mobilecomnetworks, October 20, 2004: EP1468389-A1

A communications system (100) to post arbitrary information to any geographical region simply by outlining the region on a map in the system's user interface (117) and attaching the information to the outlined region is provided. The outlined region can be of any size, e.g., a city block, a neighbor ...


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Rieger Charles J Iii: System for communicating through maps. Mobilecomnetworks, LEE Michael Q, July 17, 2003: WO/2003/058540

A communications system (100) to post arbitrary information to any geographical region simply by outlining the region on a map in the system's user interface (117) and attaching the information to the outlined region is provided. The outlined region can be of any size, e.g., a city block, a neighbor ...