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- Used to highlight countries you have visited. Supports Google Maps and Google Earth with a browser plugin. Provides an embeddable HTML code so bloggers and website owners can embed it into their site...
- Modeled off the classic educational number-munching game. Munch photos from the flickr database tagged with a particular word, and simultaneously contribute to a visual ranking system.
- Search millions of local and international movie titles and video trailers from YouTube. Also has links to Google for more information about your search term.
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