In this morning's GIS Working Group, David Gadsden demoed the new Interactive NetHope Member map to illustrate just one way to share data with maps. Click here to see the map. It requires a browser that supports Microsoft Silverlight. Made in just 15 minutes, the map can be customized to display all sorts of data. If you click on a pin, a pop-up window will appear detailing which NetHope member organization headquarters is at that location as well as other information on the non-profit's individual mission and website. The pie chart shows how much money is allocated to overhead and programming. The information was collected from the financial information listed on each member's website. The great thing about this map is that it is completely editable by visitors. If an individual from a member organization spots an error, he or she can easily edit and update the information to be correct. To do so, he or she just needs to click the 'edit' link within the pop-up window for his or her organization's pin. For more information, contact David by e-mail here.