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- Flash-based vector graphics meet Google Maps API to deliver the NYC Subway map in a new form.
- Heat maps of mashed up traffic congestion statistics from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics with Google Maps and GeoIQ. The heat maps shows where the traffic congestion is and the score tells...
- Mashing up the unconference. Jeff Marshall created this very slick Google Maps mashup for unconferences, gatherings, parties, etc that shows the locations of attendees and draws relationship...
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