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- Real mashup search widget, with Google, Yahoo, Snap Preview and more.
- A Finnish flights and aviation site that uses Google Maps to show all official airports in Finland. On the detailed airport page, also view YouTube videos.
- Experimental mashup that presents photo images from Point Reyes on a Google map. It also integrates with Google Search and Weather.com.
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MyDoorHandle allows users to create short, memorable weblinks that point to physical locations: DoorHandles. Instead of sharing physical addresses (which easily become outdated or incomplete), DoorHandles create a digital address which are easy to create and continually ensure accuracy. MyDoorHandle has now expanded its offering to include API access to DoorHandle creation. The API will allow third party developers to incorporate MyDoorHandle's many location based services.
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