|250 Wedding Tent Venues|
Map of about 250 places to put up a wedding party tent in southeast UK. Combines mapping with real offline research to provide information that is available nowhere else.
|A B2B Mashup to get Linkedin Users on Your Site|
Content websites are just too dull. Business to business can use Linkedin to get real people on their websites. Combine it with Wordpress, Vimeo, Slideshare, Twitter and Flickr and you have a B2B mashup as your website.
|Vimeo, Twitter, SlideShare, LinkedIn, Flickr|
a.placebetween.us aims to simplify the task of finding a place to meet your friends. Provide your addresses and the type of place you want to meet at, such as coffee, diner, or movie and a.placebetween.us does the rest.
|Access Your Calendar by Phone|
411Sync users can configure their calendar settings so that they can access their upcoming events from their mobile phone. 411Sync helps access Google, 30Boxes and Upcoming.org calendars using SMS, WAP, Email, IM and Toolbar
|Upcoming, GoogleCalendar, 411Sync, 30Boxes|
Jeremy Keith combines a variety of personal information from across the web in one place via Ajax scripting and the APIs from Upcoming.org, Flickr, Amazon, and Del.icio.us.
|AmazonProductAdvertising, del.icio.us, Flickr, Upcoming|
|All Information Network|
Mashup to get nformation about your local events. Uses Eventful and Google Maps.
Anyvite is a straight-forward service for creating online invitations. Integrates APIs from Google Maps, Flickr, Plaxo, Twitter and YouTube.
|YouTube, Twitter, Plaxo, GoogleMaps, Flickr|
Mashing up the unconference. Jeff Marshall created this very slick Google Maps mashup for unconferences, gatherings, parties, etc that shows the locations of attendees and draws relationship connections between people.
|YahooGeocode, Technorati, GoogleMaps, Flickr|
A map of all events around a point in France, Belgium and Switzerland.
Bandsintown consolidates ticket prices, concert information, and live concert media all in one place. Bandsintown implemented the Echo Nest audio feeds in their music player to allow users to sample an artist who is playing a local concert.
|GoogleMaps, EchoNest, LastFM|
|Bastille Day Map.com|
Map of Bastille Day Event Locations in the United States.
A music-based mashup that connects and filters disparate music metadata from across the Web, with an aim towards accuracy and focus on the music. Combines many different APIs from YouTube to Last.fm.
|Yahoo, YahooMusic, Wikipedia, Upcoming, Twitter, Songkick, MusicBrainz, MTV, LastFM, Gruvr, Flickr, Eventful, EchoNest, AmazonProductAdvertising, YouTube|
Full featured commercial service to track contact data, notes and history. Free level allows 500 contacts. Integrates with Skype, S3 and Alexa Thumbnail services.
|Skype, AmazonS3, AlexaThumbnail|
BigSity allows you to search locally for businesses, see pictures of places, watch videos, write reviews, see events, and more.
|Zvents, YouTube, YahooLocal, YahooGeocode, GoogleMaps|
|Bioscoopagenda iGoogle Gadget|
Dutch-Belgian Google widget: Bioscoopagenda voor bioscopen en filmhuizen in Nederland en Vlaanderen. Inclusief Top 10 en Premieres.
Uses the Livekick API to display live concert alerts on blip.fm.
BlockWild let's you post information directly to a local map where it can be discovered in your community by location and categories of content, such as: classifieds, events, rentals, social groups, services, etc. Search locally or wherever you are planning to travel.
|Yelp, Upcoming, Twitter, GoogleMaps, Facebook|
|BlockWild Facebook Map Application|
Need to create a map for your Facebook page? Why send readers to a google or mapquest map when you could give them another reason to go to your Facebook page instead? Or keep them on your Facebook page. The BlockWild map application gives you the ability to create a map with an informative popup card on your Facebook page for events, rentals, classifieds, or anything you want to map.
|blogger + calendar|
A mashup of Blogger and Google Calendar. Embed links and summaries of blog posts in your calendar.
The EVDB (now Eventful) API combined with MS MapPoint creates a mini-map (Feedmap) showing bloggers and events nearby a particular blogger.