Regardless of the fact that there is barely anything to skate in New York, Quartersnacks finally got around to joining the modern internet, circa 2011, where everything location-based is fully integrated with Google Maps. Each of the six pages in the spots portion of the website are topped with a full Google graphic, and now include listings for shops, and places designated for skateboarding. (You know, “skateparks.” Those just have mere one-sentence descriptions though.) If you’re not into the whole modernity thing, the generic list is still below the map, and still organized by neighborhood/region. Nothing new by way of actual spot additions.
And thanks to the magic of the “AutoStitch” app for the iPhone, a few specific listings have panoramic overview photos to give a better overview of the respective spot’s space. Or you can just stare at them for a few hours while you’re doing nothing at work. Some came out better than others, see below: