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- Must See India is a free trip planning and travel sharing website. It provides photos and maps of tourist destinations in India by integrating with flickr and google maps. One can also share travel...
- A mashup of Flickr, del.isio.us and Google Maps allowing people to shoot, tag, geotag and publish pictures from their mobile phone. Note that page is slow load.
- Use this handy Jacktracker mashup to follow the TV show 24. Incorporates images and various plot details. Uses the Wayfaring.com features such as discussion boards for each waypoint.
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