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- Allows users of flickr and 23 photo services to mash up their images into an interactive web page with the option of including Google Maps or Second Life Maps as a background.
- Browsable directory of schools in England. Features include maps, streetview and graphs of number and age of pupils.
- Live video streaming from Japan including news, TV, radio and radiation measurements from locations in Japan.
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