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Google Maps: World’s largest liquid paper correction?
November 23rd, 2008

This morning I posted about Google Maps and some of the interesting discoveries made by users of the tool in the past. I just made one of my own. I was exploring the town of Pasir Ris in Singapore and discovered a strange white blotch near the intersection of Pasir Ris Drive 1 and Pasir Ris Drive 4.

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What is this?

What can it be? A massive liquid paper spill? A horrendous bird dropping?

One Response to “Google Maps: World’s largest liquid paper correction?”

  1. Tania Sheko Says:

    I’ll go with horrendous bird dropping.