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- Mappper is a travel logbook for iPhone. Based on geotagging, Mappper is an iPhone app that allows you to create interactive maps of your trips.
- SwoopThat is a leading provider of course search technology and textbook price comparison. At SwoopThat, parents and students enter their courses, and the website returns every book they need to buy...
- This mashup was banned by the French courts. Greenpeace created this to show where Monsanto was genetic engineering maize. This link takes you to the Greenpeace report and the mashup.
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