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- Want to know how your elected representatives (in Canada) are acting on your behalf? RepresentMe helps you find out who's representing you and what they've done lately.
- Add-on for the Ilance Reverse Auction Marketplace script. Allows distance radius searches of auctions and service providers without using zip codes.
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Five years ago Paul Rademacher reverse engineered Google Maps to put Craigslist homes and rentals on a map on his site. The site essentially pre-launched the map mashup category, because there was no Google Maps API at the time. Now it is the prototypical example and still used by many to find their new homes. And, of course, Google Maps is now by far the most popular API to use.
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