MusicMap is a regional music events guide that uses google maps, youtube videos, flickr photos, last.fm pictures and text, facebook connect and makes a fusion of technology to produce a new kind of user experience.
|YouTube, LastFM, GoogleMapsFlash, GoogleMapsData, GoogleMaps, GoogleAnalytics, GoogleAdSense, Flickr, FeedBurner, Facebook, AmazonS3, AmazonProductAdvertising, AmazonEC2, AmazonCloudWatch|
Synthesizes the complex SunLight Labs Transparency Data API into a manageable query tool.
|Travel Baseball Team Locator|
This mashup allows travel baseball coaches to add their team to the map and communicate with other coaches directly from the mashup.
|Travel Map Generator|
A map generator that highlights individual countries. A color picker allows you to select colors for countries. Built using the Google Chart API.
|Travel the World!|
Social travel guide using Foursquare, GeoNames and Google Maps.
|GoogleMaps, GeoNames, Foursquare|
TravelOxi.com - is a new convenient way to explore over 400,000 travel destinations around the globe. Get instant information, millions of photos, videos, webcams, maps, news, buzz, local current weather and time, events and more.
|YouTube, Wikipedia, Webcamstravel, Twitter, Panoramio, GoogleMaps, GoogleGeocoding, Freebase, Flickr, Eventful, BingMaps|
|TreeHugger GRNDX Green Index|
GRNDX, the first Green Index. Similar to a stock market index, but it tracks mentions of certain key green phrases in the media. Lets you gauge how much mindshare certain concepts have and see if they are gaining or losing ground compared to last week.
|Trees of the world|
Browse through trees of the world, categorized by country. When you click a tree link, photos are retrieved from Flickr and displayed.
|Trend Back Machine|
Search Twitter trend statistics. Search worldwide or narrow your search to one of fifteen different countries.
Image galleries built around currently trending phrases on Twitter using Flickr photo search.
A Rails app that identifies news and trends by launching an EC2 cluster running the Cloudera Distribution for Hadoop to process Wikipedia log files. Charts and news are displayed using Google and Yahoo APIs.
|YahooBOSS, Wikipedia, GoogleVisualization, GoogleChart, GoogleAjaxFeeds, AmazonS3, AmazonEC2|
Aggregates search trends from Google Trends and Yahoo Buzz. A complete list of the trends is supplemented by Google Search Results, Blog Search Results, News Results, Image Results, Book Results, Yahoo Search Results, and MSN Live Search Results.
Mixing the information from twitter and sending it to Facebook.
A single page interface showing Twitter trends for last 24 hours. View latest tweets and why they are trending.
|Trendsmap - Real-time local Twitter trends|
Real-time geographic visualization for emerging Twitter trends. By analyzing over 5 million tweets per day to visualize trending topics on a global, regional and city level, it identifying news as it happens and tracking its impact around the world.
|TrendsRus - Twitter Global Trends Map|
View the latest Twitter trends across the globe and see what humanity is thinking right NOW! Select a trend and view the locations visually using red bouncing markers! Added popular trends for more fun and a robot for hourly scan to get local trends and store them in a database for improved experience and performance. Now there are 150 locations. Select any location to center the map around it. Latest Vs older trends are differentiated using different colors! Click on a trend link in the popup to see the tweets on Twitter!
Trendy!Bing provides Google Trends last hot keywords with Microsoft Bing search results.
Aggregates and visualizes trends on Google, Yahoo and Amazon. It is also a customizable search engine that can be added to your toolbar. Once an account is created, users can maintain a top 20 list and add web clips to their scrapbooks.
|Yahoo, GoogleAjaxSearch, YouTube|
Trentter is live Twitter trend monitor which provides a highly customizable user interface to visitors.
ED misuse is one of the largest problems healthcare organizations face today. Nationally, there were 124 million ED visits in 2011, of which the CDC estimates 50% could be handled in a primary care setting. With an average charge for each ED encounter approaching $700 vs. the average physician office charge of $150, every patient redirected away from the ED saves the payor $550. This represents a total potential market savings of $34 billion for facilitating correct use of primary care. Providing people with the tools they need to find appropriate care everywhere saves everyone, hospitals and patients, money and time. Patients receive a SMS from triage.me post emergency room discharge. By sending a text to triage.me with their problem and current address, we route the person towards the nearest clinic, providing the address and a link to directions (for smartphone users). Many clinics that work with the underinsured also often have variable hours and locations. We've made it easy for these clinics to update their hours and location via SMS so that we can better route triage.me users to locations.
|Twilio, GoogleMapsData, GoogleMaps, Bit.ly|