Streetdirectory.com is still grappling with some issues, and although I’ve been loathe to use it for navigational purposes, I’ve found it useful lately as a business directory when I’ve searched for businesses like furniture repairers and shit.
Today, instead of a blank rectangle where the map usually appears after a painful wait of several seconds, the people who run streetdirectory.com have put in what they think is a message that, by way of what they think is humour, placate people looking for directions to far flung places in Singapore.
Our Singapore Maps have escaped out the window!
They were last seen wearing many layers of data acquired through many hours of painstaking land surveys.
They are up-to-date and considered highly
The public is advised to avoid travelling to unfamiliar places in the meantime.
Rest assured, weâ€™ve got our best men on the ground trying to bring them back, but weâ€™ll need your help too!
Weâ€™ll tell you how in the days to come. 🙂