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- WikiMapia is a project to describe the whole planet Earth. Done as a community-built geographic WikiPedia. Just move the map to find interesting places, click on rectangles, create your own.
- Members of Ecademy.com who allow their street address, postcode or zipcode to be shown publicly are plotted on a Google Map. Work has been done to automatically bunch points when there are too many...
- View stores, beaches, apartments, and other French data on a Google map. Lets you select a place to live near places of interest. Click an item to view photographs of the places.
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The submission window for Google Places API Developer Challenge has just ended. The 3-month submission period saw developers from all over the world have submitted applications that combine Google Places API and municipal data sources to improve their communities. The winners of this challenge stand to win 2 tickets to Google I/O 2013, showcasing their app and meeting the Google Maps and Places API team.
Over one-third of our mashup directory is made up of mapping mashups and their popularity shows no signs of slowing down. We have taken two looks at mapping mashups in the past. With it being a year since our last review, now is a good time to look at the newest mashups taking advantage of mapping APIs. Read below for more information on each.
Perhaps that Bing-Yahoo search deal is paying off. Even though Maps and Flickr aren't known to be part of the deal, Microsoft has connected its Bing Maps to the Flickr API in a unique way. It overlays geotagged Creative Commons photos over its current StreetSide imagery, as shown in the video embedded below.
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