Enter a sentence or phrase and Speak will attempt to speak it back. Uses Trynt web service that extracts word definitions from Wiktionary.
Stickymap.com, an interactive wiki-style map website, allows users to annotate map content by creating graphical points of interest.
|YahooLocal, YahooGeocode, GoogleMaps|
|Text Extractor FCK|
Extracting annotation values from unstructured text which is produced by a typical editor for a wiki or CMS like FCK editor. Uses ClearForest Semantic Web Services.
Display the best twick about a topic above the wikipedia article. Site is in German.
Publish you own POI, point of interest, on top of Google Maps, with pictures, links, video, etc.
Virtualtraveller aims to supply the user relevant information about some location on earth of his/her choosing. To accomplish this, this site makes heavy use of various web services and data including Wikipedia, Google, Flickr and Youtube.
|YouTube, YahooGeocode, GoogleMaps, GeoNames, Flickr, NOAANationalWeatherServiceNWS, GoogleAdSense|
Allows embedding of editable widgets in a Wiki and provides a simple framework for writing new widgets.
|Twitter, Google, GoogleMaps, GoogleCalendar|
Search wikipedia, images, videos, and Web at once.
WikiMapia is a project to describe the whole planet Earth. Done as a community-built geographic WikiPedia. Just move the map to find interesting places, click on rectangles, create your own.
Wikinear.com shows Wikipedia pages near you, based on your location according to Yahoo! Fire Eagle. The site is optimized for use on a mobile phone.
See wikipedia articles faster and more economic in mobile devices. You can find and read any Wikipedia article more clearly and quickly on your mobile device.
Wikipedia-roll is a global and dynamic version of articles from Wikipedia. Gives access to a global vision of a subject through the definition and items of the article in Wikipedia. Then by mashup serendipity, it discovers a lot of things.
|Wikipedia Search Widget|
Uses Yahoo Search and del.icio.us to search for articles on Wikipedia, show them inline and allow instant bookmarking. Tutorial on how this was built at kentbrewster.com
A wiki where people decide which Flickr photos appear on top on the Google Map. Every zoom brings a collection of photos from that area.