14 December, 2006

Received an E-mail in about MapMuse

It came via the freefire@yahoogroups.com subscription and the following is from the message:

About 6 months ago, Mapmuse.com began a project- the interactive mapping of shooting and target ranges across the US. We initially researched and populated these maps ourselves, with the idea in mind that shooting enthusiasts would subsequently add to, and enhance, the information we provided. We mapped each shooting range, and provided space for a written description, photo, and link to a website. Since this project was started, the public has made hundreds of additions and enhancements to these maps. We now have one of the most comprehensive databases of shooting and target ranges in the US. If you were one of our contributors, we would like to thank you for your help!

I am writing today to ask that if you know of any shooting and target ranges that have opened or closed in the last 6 months, that you make those changes to the maps. Also, we encourage you to add any shooting and target ranges that we are still missing. You can make changes through easy to use links on the site- if you have any problems, see http://find.mapmuse.com/re1/mmFAQ.htm#A4

The link to the Shooting and target ranges map is:


If you are not familiar with MapMuse.com, we are a highly trafficked mapping website with an Alexa traffic rating of approximately 17,000 in the world.
MapMuse's goal is to help people find places related to their interests. MapMuse continues to add new topics of interest each week. If you have a topic that you would like to see mapped, you can suggest the interest on the MapMuse site, and there is a good chance it will be addressed.

Lastly, if you have a related blog, newsletter, or website, a link or a mention would be greatly appreciated.


Cindy Jett
Well, thank you Cindy and MapMuse! Now everyone go check it out and if you have a site or blog then link them as this only helps us all.


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