1) If the information is from the current year, put your name/twitter feed/blogpots into the More Coffeeneurs 1 2 3 columns. If you run out of columns, let me know. Add anything you want to the notes but write that a second coffeeneur is adding the notes.
2) If the information is older, feel free to add to the notes before the older notes and put your name/twitter feed/blogpots into the More Coffeeneurs 1 column (or 2 if 1 is filled in or 3 if two is filled in). If you run out of columns, let me know.
These extra columns aren't showing up on the map now but I'll fix that this evening.
Making the map you own
Having a group map is great but you might want to include a map of your stops on your blog. You can do this easily. First, when looking at the map view, use the filter to find only your entries. If you did this with single entry, like I did last year (with "https://twitter.com/NEBicyclist"), you can easily find your data by clicking on Filter, then Coffeeneur and then clicking on the checkbox for you name. You might search for your name, as I did in the example below.
Or you might have added your stops with a blog post for each entry, which I am doing this year. In this case, you need to scroll down through the list and check off each of your entries. Remember that this list is alphabetic and where how you entered a link matters. For instance, some of the twitter links are http:twitter.com and others are https:/twitter.com. Therefore all of the https links are after all of the http links
The form that you pull the link and HTML looks like this:
It should be put before the last DIV in the HTML in Blog
Once you have your map all set, go back to the original fusion table and delete your filter. The link and embedded code still have the filters.
Give it a try and ask questions via comments here or send me email.
And also feel free to leave comments on how you thinks it's best to deal with duplicate coffeeneuring stops.