To: Steve Clark <>
Subject: What3words
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2015 09:10:05 +0000
Steve, after a quick read about it, I think it's better suited to a military 
coding system, provided one doesn't mind bombing the wrong country every now 
and again.

Peter Shute

Sent from my iPad

> On 23 Sep 2015, at 4:10 PM, Steve Clark <> wrote:
> G'day all
> I just heard about this new app called what3words that divides the globe up 
> into 57 trillion 3m x 3m squares and converts the lat and long to a unique 3 
> word code.
> It was designed for the huge proportion of the world's population without any 
> address system.
> My home address is labs.assemble.rollers
> So all I need to do is tell you that and you can navigate to my door.  Not 
> particularly useful given I have a proper address but brilliant for third 
> world countries and I reckon it would be good for birding.
> Check it out and share your thoughts.
> iOS and Android
> Cheers
> Steve Clark
> Hamilton, Vic
> Sent from my iPod
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