OpenStreetMap mashup that shows places where Bitcoin is accepted. Venues are added automatically (database is updated every 15 minutes). The map also tries to determine the type of the venue from OSM tags and assign the correct icon.
|Vaguely Rude Place Names Of The World|
Mashup of places names which, in English, sound either vaguely or explicitly rude. Source data was originally from the Yahoo! WOEID data set, but has since been added to by user contributions. Uses the Leaflet maps API and Stamen's Toner map tiles, derived from OpenStreetMap data.
|Maps of All|
MapsOfAll is Google Maps mashup, where you can see map tiles from different providers like Bing or Openstreetmap
|FIND Free Maps|
FIND Free Maps allows you to create, customize, annotate and PDF your own maps. With no need to register or download any software, FIND Free Maps is designed for you to simply use. You can customize the map styling to suit your own needs using the 'Your Google Map' feature.
|Sinsai Japan Earthquake Resources|
Using Ushahidi crowdsourced crisis response platform and OpenStreetMap, this mashup communicates the location a services and resources useful to those on the scene in Japan.
A training log using Google Maps, Garmin MotionBased, OpenStreetMap, and lots of sports APIs. Formerly called RunSaturday.
|OpenStreetMap, GoogleMaps, Garmin|
UMapper is a universal map authoring application that allows you to create interactive mapping mashups. Supports multiple map apis including Google Maps, VE, and OpenStreetMaps.
|OpenStreetMap, MicrosoftBingMaps, GoogleMapsFlash|