A reader sent this to me and its interesting. When you click on a lat/long location in Wikipedia you are sent to a page listing all the different options to view this place. Most people probably click on the Google Maps or Google Earth choices, but apparently down lower there is a “GIS-related Maps” section.
|ArcWeb Explorer [is an option](http://www.arcwebservices.com/awx/index.jsp?c=-111.928889||33.388611&sf=100000&sp=-111.928889||33.388611&sl=images%2Fgeocoded%5Ficon%2Epng&st=33.388611,%20-111.928889&w=fi||10||60&ds=ArcWeb:GlobeXplorer.Deluxe_Tiles.World||ArcWeb:TA.Streets_VectorsForHybrid.US&glt=rasterTileGroupLayer||vectorGroupLayer) (though I’m not sure how long its been this way).|
I’m not sure why AWX is tucked down in the “GIS-related Maps” section as you’d think it would be better suited up with Google/Yahoo/Virtual Earth Maps. How long to ArcGIS Explorer gets listed here?