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- Share your location in real-time using Mologogo. A free service that will track your friends GPS-enabled cell phones from another phone or on the web. With various social networking features.
- Display weather radio stations on map.
- Search Flickr for geotagged photos and then plot them on a Google Map. Nice nested map-within-a-map.
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