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- A flight planning tool for pilots based on Google Maps. Shows airports near your current location, with colour coding for weather conditions reported in METARs, as well as TFR outlines.
- If the earth were a sandwich. Fun way to find the antipodal, oposite side, point for any place on the earth. See them both side-by-side and drag them around. From Ze Frank.
- Map of some of the worst bathrooms in New York City, with photos.
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Taking pictures on your iPhone gives you a great deal of data embedded in to your photos. Location, camera type, exposure, even camera orientation. But what if you want more. Well, MetaPhoto (currently available on the iPhone) aims to further enrich your photos. Using the Urban Mapping API, MetaPhoto looks up a great deal of information about the area a photo was taken and adds it to the photos header.
The Health team at Bing used public data to create a Health Map application (requires Silverlight) that lets users visualize a number of health indicators, such as obesity and premature births, by U.S. county.
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