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Hi I am Roger, based in Rye, East Sussex, UK. I use w3w for locating my friends in Africa, because so many streets don't have names and house numbers, so it is useful to be able to find each other using w3w word locations. Also when trying to meet up with someone in person, it is so much easier to find someone in a 10 foot by 10 foot square, than on google maps.
My first time with this app, I think it is amazing I think all pet owners should download there would be less pups in the hole. Meet Luna four year old German Shepherd emotional support companion whom I adopted at Bakers
Hi all - In my job I get to meet many artists and see their work. I've also been interested in What3words from the beginning when I attended an 'innovation' seminar in London by 100%Open. So, during this time, I've been thinking about how might the arts and artists use W3W? Well imagine my surprise when I stumbled upon an amazing British artist called Genevieve Rudd, in Great Yarmouth, who has undertaken plant studies and incorporated the histories and stories of certain plants. (see the picture) Explaining their relevance and place in our histories and in the local locations -... (More)