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- It´s time to meet again! Try MeetSomewhere to find a nice place for the next small or big family gathering. Meetsomewhere gives you several option for a meeting point. E.g. a blue or fair point,...
- This is a mash-up of Google Calendar, Google Maps with our church management software that tracks church events and locations of small groups that are meeting.
- Winner of the 2008 Mashup Camp 6 best mashup contest. Mapdango combines many APIs to create an uber map mashup with lots of ways to explore content from from WeatherBug, Flickr, Wikipedia, Eventful,...
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