what3words.com has re-invented the syntax of maps and location finding. They've replaced co-ordinates and post-codes with three easy to remember words. The service uses a huge grid of the world made up of 57 trillion squares of 3 metres x 3 metres. Each square has been given an address, consisting of 3 words from the dictionary.
A recent review article by the Spectator described it like this:
"What this system provides is a mentally salient, super-accurate postcode system for the whole world, oceans included. It is useful in Britain, but in countries which have no established address system it will save lives."
Source: The Spectator
FInd what three words fit your address here: what3words.com