After reviewing other earthquake map applications in the Windows Phone marketplace, I decided there wasn’t much for me to do as far as making a better earthquake map. Most of the complaints users have with the existing apps have to do with data, and there’s not much I can do about that. That said, here’s… Continue reading Quaking code
Was trying to come up with a fun Windows Phone app idea when I found some RSS feeds of recent earthquakes published by the US government (you can check them out here: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/catalogs/). I don’t know how useful such an app would be, but it seems like an interesting way to learn about the map… Continue reading Earthquakes!