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- Sounds from around the UK are geocoded, added to a map and made available for listening. Curated by the British Library, the sounds are contributed by the public.
- Mashup of EVDB event data and Google Maps, with nice calendar browser for paging through search results.
- Karmadu allows you to give karma points as thanks for good things that others do for you. You can see how your karma score compares to others. You can also send points or browse a map of who has them.
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