Apple Maps is a surprise winner against Google Maps in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh driving for the uninitiated


Fig. 1. Screengrab from KDKA (television?) video, via Harrisburg Patriot-News, October 28, 2019,[4] fair use.

I have been evaluating Apple Maps for the past two days. So far, it’s a surprise winner over Google Maps. I have also added to the page on other hazards.


Ukraine


“Destroyed Russian military vehicles located on the main street Khreshchatyk are seen as part of the celebration of the Independence Day of Ukraine in Kyiv, August 24.” Photograph by Gleb Garanich for Reuters, August 24, 2022,[5] fair use.

The Kremlin is tolerating criticism of its war in Ukraine that pushes for a Russian national mobilization.[6] So yes, I’m wondering if such a mobilization is next.

Pjotr Sauer, “‘We have already lost’: far-right Russian bloggers slam Kremlin over army response,” Guardian, September 8, 2022, https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/sep/08/we-have-already-lost-far-right-russian-bloggers-slam-kremlin-over-army-response


  1. [4]David Wenner, “Sinkhole swallows part of bus in downtown Pittsburgh,” Harrisburg Patriot-News, October 29, 2019, https://www.pennlive.com/news/2019/10/sink-hole-swallows-pittsburgh-bus.html
  2. [5]Reuters, “Ukraine puts destroyed Russian tanks on display in Kyiv,” August 25, 2022, https://www.reuters.com/news/picture/ukraine-puts-destroyed-russian-tanks-on-idUSRTSALV9Q
  3. [6]Pjotr Sauer, “‘We have already lost’: far-right Russian bloggers slam Kremlin over army response,” Guardian, September 8, 2022, https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/sep/08/we-have-already-lost-far-right-russian-bloggers-slam-kremlin-over-army-response

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