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- Tweetmapper lets anyone map their twitter updates through the use of a simple hashtag, #at or #loc. You get your own map tracking your travels and can embed your map in any blog or website.
- ClickPoint is a little game with OpenLayers and Google Maps. The goal of the game is to find random places on the map.
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