|BP Gulf Oil Spill - View in Google Earth|
The BP Gulf oil spill - via an underwater view in Google Earth (approximate location).
|Gulf Oil Spill - Latest YouTube Videos|
A map mashup showing the latest videos of the BP gulf oil spill. Track and see the news as it develops.
|Gulf Oil Spill Tweets from SE United States|
A map mashup showing the latest tweets of the BP gulf oil spill from SE United States.
|KPBS San Diego Fires|
Map with latest news about the October 2007 wildfires in southern California. Includes fire areas and meeting points for evacuees, as well as nearby emergency services such as hospitals.
|LA Times Wildfires Map|
Detailed information on the October 2007 wildfires in southern California. Markers have details such as acres burned, current containment, homes destroyed, time started, and status of evacuations.
|Medical Fundraising, Crisis & Disaster Map|
Shows recent crisis and disaster areas where crowdfunding could help save or improve lives.
A price game using Zappos API and Twilio API
|San Diego Advisories|
Get the latest advisories on your cell phone real time using a WAP capable phone. Simply point your mobile phone browser to 411sync.com and use the keyword sdadvisory.
|San Diego Wild Fire Mashup|
Travature, a San Diego based travel company, quickly threw together a San Diego Fire Mashup, to keep track of the changing news. It has has a photo stream, three real time news feeds, the latest fire related videos, and the fire area map.
|Visualizing the BP Oil Disaster|
An explosion on the BP-operated Deepwater Horizon oil rig on April 20, 2010m sparked the greatest environmental disaster in United States history. This mashup visualizes the area that would be covered if the oil spill was in your city, or any other city.
|WAP California Wildfires|
Track the latest on the California wildfires in real time from your WAP-capable cell phone. Visit 411sync.com from your mobile device and use the keyword calfire.
|Wildfires in California|
Presents wildfire news stories, using a map. Uses Yahoo Pipes to offer RSS feeds from southern California newspapers, Flickr, and MSN video of the disaster.