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- Provides an overview of travel highlights around the world using interactive maps with destinations such as cities, beaches, national parks and cultural sites.
- mashfot is a one-page view about photography. You can find links, news and photos on this site.
- A promo site for Penguin books, tracking the tour of a woolly mammoth across the UK. Vistors are invited to share their photos of the mammoth via Flickr, and post opinions. Photos are referenced by...
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For those who like to dabble with a bit of photo editing but aren't really inclined to pursue more advanced and sophisticated tools like Photoshop, an online photo ending tool like Ribbet may be just what they're looking for. This app may not give you the most groundbreaking features when it comes to cutting edge image editing, but it certainly has appealing functions that are easy to use and easy to access online, allowing users to get really creative with their photos. What's also cool is that developers can integrate this photo editor into their websites, using the Ribbet API.
In a clever move, Apple has leveraged the power of the Google Maps API (our Google Maps API Profile) to provide geotagging capabilities for iPhoto 2009, the latest version of its popular photo management software. Announced by Phil Schiller at MacWorld 2009, iPhoto 2009 is packed with several new features, including 'Places' which gives users the ability to easily assign geographic coordinates to their photos.
Most people don't realize how many popular photo services like Flickr, Smugmug and Picasa offer web APIs. In this overview, we'll take a look at the breadth and power of currently available photo APIs and the types of photo mashups developers are building with them.
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