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- Maps local kite surfing, landboarding and snow kiting spots aroung the world. Map markers color coded based on current wind condtions. Includes 6-day wind/temp/snow forecast for 1,500 kiting spots.
- This mashup uses Google Maps to display a detailed illustration of the Vinexpo 2013 facilities. This allows visitors to easily find exactly what they are looking for.
- A free, browsable database of Houston crimes. Crimes may be viewed by offense, date, neighborhood, police district and beat, zip code, and political district. Uses Google Maps and Houston-area GIS...
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Sometimes we forget what the real purpose of all this fancy technology is. And what is that? To make our real lives easier. Mashups often help with that, allowing us to do such simple things as find a good beer, our favorite music artists, where the streetcars are, or where a park is.
If there’s a new dawn in the age of search, Datafiniti is the sun. They are the first to take a new and profound approach to search in years. Most search engines return a list of links to web pages, but Datafiniti has much bigger plans. Instead of links, they return a set of data. A search for a burrito in Texas would give you a list of restaurants complete with goodies like reviews in addition to the important bits like name and address. The dataset itself has been out there for years, but its the aggregartion and presentation that’s different. With the Datafiniti API, it is now possible for developers to easily integrate that data into web applications.
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