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- Sophisticated home valuation tools. 65 million listings. Extensive data on comprables, many search and sort options.
- Mashup of UK traffic data using BBC and Windows Live Local. Toggle for showing Long-term Delays markers is nicely done so the initial map load is faster.
- Hide and Seek is a game for MSN Messenger. One player hides in a MSN Virtual Earth Map and the other has to find him. He can ask 20 questions to help clue-in.
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The tagline of the Times Open blog is "All the news that's fit to printf()", and that clever play on the paper's motto gains more credence with each new API released. In February the Times introduced the Newswire API, which "provides an up-to-the-minute stream of published items" from the paper of record, and the New York State Legislature API for tracking the political maneuverings in Albany.
Google has just announced the addition of a valuable new feature for the Google Maps API (the most popular API in our API directory): reverse geocoding. If you are not familiar with geocoding, it is the process of converting an address into a latitude/longitude pair. Likewise, reverse geocoding is the process of converting a latitude/longitude pair into an address. Developers using the Google Maps API have had access to geocoding since its release in June 2006, and geocoding has been integrated with many of the map mashups developed with this API.
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