Yuvee, Inc. announces a www.webhub.mobi user makes haunted house social internet map
Yuvee announces that a user of www.webhub.mobi has created and shared a haunted house internet map. Anyone can access the map by using a browser to go to www.webhub.mobi/cflizzysbusy/haunted-houses-in-massachusetts. The haunted house map includes links to haunted houses around Massachusetts, as well as haunted house party events around Boston.
Tim Higginson, founder of Yuvee, says: “Happy Halloween, and many thanks to all our webhub.mobi map makers, with a special call-out to our Halloween Haunted House map maker.”
Yuvee announces that a user (of its its cloud platform at www.webhub.mobi) created and shared a haunted house internet map. Anyone can access the map by using a browser to go to www.webhub.mobi/cflizzysbusy/haunted-houses-in-massachusetts. The haunted house map includes links to haunted houses around Massachusetts, as well as haunted house party events around Boston. It has special jack-o-lantern map art uploaded by the map maker. The jack-o-lantern art loads first, so any visitor to the map gets a micro-moment to enjoy just the art, and then the map itself loads.
There are many other maps that have been made that showcase the expressive power of WebHub’s internet maps. Anyone can see and use them at www.webhub.mobi. They cover a wide range of topics, including maps on indie musicians, Boston pubs, cool streaming videos, net privacy, world newspapers, fashion news, the US 2016 election (presidential candidates and oddsmakers), and many more.
It is free for anyone to make an unlimited number of maps of their own, and requires only a very simple sign-in process. Once a user signs in, the user is instantly able to start making as many internet maps on whatever topics are of interest. The topics can be personal interests, business, student research, teaching subjects and anything else.
Each map offers the map maker the possibility of pulling together, organizing and annotating content from all over the Web into a single map that is by default private, but that the map maker can choose to share with friends or make public. The Web is perhaps the greatest repository of content every created, but the content is spread all over, for instance in videos on Youtube, Vimeo and Periscope, in pdfs on Slideshare and Scribd, on blogs in Tumblr and boards in Pinterest, in online encyclopedias, on websites and in innumerable other places on the Web.
WebHub’s social internet maps, through the organization and creative efforts of each map maker, pull this content into maps that, once made public, can be viewed by anyone and shared socially. Together, these maps form a crowd-sourced atlas of the Web that benefit all of us.
The patented core user interface engine behind every WebHub map is designed to make surfing the Web a rich and easy experience on smartphones. To achieve this, the navigation system in each multi-layered map includes a column of “Hub” keys along the right edge of smartphones because that is the easiest place for most people’s thumbs to reach when holding a smartphone.
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- Yuvee, Inc.
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