|Where a Bill becomes a Law|
A fun and educational way to track the status of U.S. legislation, highlighting the actual locations where law gets made.
|Where Are Trains?|
This mashup displays and animates in real-time the location of french high speed trains, TGV up to 320km/h, departing from and arriving to Paris.
|Where Can I Live?|
Find a new place to live with a travel time search. It works on commuting time between stations (Underground and DLR only) and average house prices. You can also view property listings around your chosen station and fun stuff like house price statistics.
|OpenStreetMap, Nestoria, GoogleMaps, CloudMade|
|Where Do You Live|
Visitors can buy t-shirts, coffee mugs, bags, or stickers with their own mythical place and slogan. Site creates a made-up term, then lets users customize it with pre-selected slogans and graphics.
|Where Does My Tweet Go?|
In a 2D or 3D view, WDMTG enables you to see who was reached and impacted by a tweet, and what role people played in the spread of information.
|Where I Had My First Kiss|
Share your fondest or worst memories of your first kiss on this community and mapping site. Top level map shows most recently added kiss locations on a world map.
|Where Is My Train?|
Shows France regional trains moving in "almost real time" on a mappy map. Uses Mappy API and data from the RATP.
|Where Is The Path|
Spilt screen with half OS OpenSpace API and half Google Maps API.
|Where Izzit Singapore|
Find places in Singapore, with brief comments and suggestions. Sports and recreation, on the road, shops and shopping, dining and entertainment.
|Where's Tim Hibbard?|
See where Tim is now: he always carries a GPS-enabled mobile phone and data gets plotted on a Google Map (also uses Cloudberry and his own EnGraph).
|Where's Tim Mobile|
Uses Yahoo Map Images and EnGraph GPS components to show current position of Tim Hibbard, developer for EnGraph.
|where? what? when?|
Ever wondered where all your Flickr photos were, or how many places have photos tagged Paris? This app should answer all your questions.
|Whereables - The Airport Map|
Provides a map of all the airports in the world along with routes from those airports and operating airlines. Also provides the ability to read and write reviews for each airport and airline.
Have you ever asked yourself what city you are currently in or where am I at. Well, just in case that happens to you some time, WhereAmI.At can hopefully tell you where you are.
|hostip, Google, GoogleMaps, Flickr|
WhereAndWifi.com is a socially-driven wifi locator. Find hot spots near you and all of their essential details. Collaborate with our community by rating wifi speeds and adding your favorite wifi locations.
Sets up alerts when invoices are late and calls someone to ask them where your money is. Plays clips of Stewie Griffin (from the TV series, Family Guy) at various late payment points.
WhereTheEL is the first site to provide rider-generated live tracking of the Chicago CTA El transit system. Integrates Twitter with Google Maps.
Wherevent is a geolocation events search engine. Click on the "Login" button to connect to Wherevent with your facebook account. Find upcoming events and discover who is atttending. Enjoy the best events and share it with your friends. g
|YahooPlaceFinder, GoogleMaps, GoogleGeocoding, GeoNames, FacebookGraph|
Who said that waiting at the airport should be an atomic bore? Nonsense. As long as you can use a service like WhileWairport, then waiting for your plane is going to be something productive. This service lets you get real-time information about flights and airlines directly on your mobile, and have that shared with all of your contacts on sites like Facebook and Twitter. Which means that if your plane is going to be late, then you’ll be able to let everybody know about such a thing without having to make a single call, or even send a single SMS. A simple social update will do. And the social scope of this service doesn’t stop at that. No, WhileWairport lets you meet up with people who are in the same airport that you find yourself in. You can look for people who share your same hobbies and interests, and have a much more pleasant wait if your flight’s been delayed. And WhileWairport is useful for finding people to share taxis with, too. Simply make it clear where it is you are supposed to get to, and if there’s any matches then the application will instantly let you know as much. WhileWairport.com In Their Own Words WhileWairport offers services to make the most of the time waiting at the airport. Some Questions About WhileWairport.com Based on the way people are using this service, which airports are the busiest in the world right now?
|LinkedIn, GoogleClientAuth, Foursquare, FlightStats, Facebook|
A free social networking/micro-blogging service that allows sending and receiving updates known as a Whisp, which can contain up to 300 characters. Contact people via SMS.