Neither link needs me to geocode it first. In our work application, whenever people want to look up an address, they click on the title and get sent to:
That's really simple - google does all of the geocoding, all our application has to do is use php's urlencode() to make the link. It opens in a new window, and people have an instantly searchable street directory.
Compare that with local.live.com:
So, I decided to ask Chandu:
Great feedback Daniel - actually you can do that
today. Try this:
That will geocode it properly. So you just have to
use "where1" param to send addresses/places :)