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- Shows geolocated online social activity around universities and colleges in California. Offers a statistics tool to monitor student population, including age, gender and ethnic origin of members.
- GEOPESCO roughly translating to Where I Fish. A social experiment for anglers all over the world. Using the Google Map API to precisely pinpoint their fishing reports, allows recreational anglers to...
- Comprehensive NYC real estate search site. Includes data on public school information, market data, stats and trends, details about neighbors and neighborhoods, building and neighborhood photos.
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Is there any question map mashups have gone serious? How about billions of dollars serious? The U.S. website Recovery.gov was built to make transparent the use of economic stimulus money. Now you can track every dollar on a map.
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