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Beer Signal is an iPhone application that helps bring friends together to enjoy good beer. Powered by Taplister.com, the app also uses the social networks Twitter and Shizzow.
A Shizzow + Google Maps mashup that maps all the places in a city that are tagged beer on Shizzow.
Android phone software to follow people and events in real-time from multiple services. Uses data from Brightkite, Shizzow, Upcoming and others.
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Brady Forrest over at O'Reilly Radar has a new post that highlights an unofficial release of preliminary API for Latitude, Google's geo-location sharing service. Although the API has not been formally identified by Google, the API can be seen in use in two new apps: the new Google Location Blog Badge and Google Talk Location Status.
Making your own map imagery is now much, much easier. Tile Drawer is an Amazon EC2 (our Amazon EC2 API profile) machine image with all the software needed to create your own map tile server.
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