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philippe rivrain

Photos Panoramiques du monde - 360Cities - 13 views

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    Mt.Sukumo in Japan
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    super!
yc c

OpenStreetMap - 5 views

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    OpenStreetMap allows you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth. Export PS, SVG, PNG...XML and embedding
yc c

Monopoly City Streets - 0 views

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    Welcome to Monopoly City Streets. You versus the world in the biggest live game of MONOPOLY in history! On the 9th SEPTEMBER, a world of property empire building on an unimaginable scale will be launched! A live worldwide game of MONOPOLY using Google Maps as the game board. The goal is simple. Play to beat your friends and the world to become the richest property magnate in existence. Own any street in the world. Build humble houses, crazy castles and stupendous skyscrapers to collect rent. Use MONOPOLY Chance Cards to sabotage your mates by building Hazards on their streets.
yc c

Piggy Bank - SIMILE - 0 views

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    Piggy Bank is a Firefox extension that turns your browser into a mashup platform, by allowing you to extract data from different web sites and mix them together.
Jeff Johnson

Schmap - Guides, Widgets and Mapping Solutions for PC, Mac and the Mobile Internet - 0 views

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    Explore your destination online with our unique integration of maps, photos and place reviews. Now also optimized for iPhone and Nokia users
Thieme Hennis

MIMOA | Modern Architecture Guide | Contributed, organised, and mapped by you. - 0 views

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    very cool initiative. if you like traveling and modern architecture? this is the place to consult.
Ariel Castro

5 Daily Social Media Builders In Less Than 10 Minutes (Total!) | Internet Marketing Str... - 0 views

  • Update Your Facebook Page I freely admit I am terrible about this. I’m never thrilled about dealing with the river of application requests, zombie bites, knighthoods, images of gifts I’d like (instead of the actual gift), weather trivia, quizzes and other utterly worthless junk that await me.
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    Here's what you need to do these 5 steps: * A Google account * A Yahoo! account * A Stumbleupon account and the toolbar * A Facebook account (c'mon, you don't have one?!) * A Twitter account These steps take a total of 10 minutes a day, because that's all I can stand
Thieme Hennis

Home - Plazes - Right Plaze, Right People, Right Time - 0 views

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    Share your location and stay connected with your friends. Add people you trust and you want be your contacts. See who's crossing your path and what's happening nearby. "It's best described as Twitter with geotagging, points of interest, and social networking features."
Frederik Van Zande

A List Apart: Articles: Take Control of Your Maps - 0 views

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    We live in the era of Google Maps. What started off as an impressive refresh of Mapquest-style maps now fuels web mashups. With APIs official and unofficial, Google Maps is simple enough for front-end designers to embed and for back-end programmers to target. Along the way to becoming nearly ubiquitous, it has played a major role in the "democratization of mapping." For the practical developer who wants to add geospatial information to a site or application, the Google Maps API has been an easy call. But, perhaps no longer. As websites mature and the demand for geographic applications grow, the old mashup arrangement is starting to chafe. Mapping components are more and more vital, and so we demand greater control, expressiveness, and functionality from them. Fortunately, as in many aspects of internet technology, an ecology of open source online mapping tools has emerged alongside the market leader. It is now possible to replicate Google Maps' functionality with open source software and produce high-quality mapping applications tailored to our design goals. The question becomes, then, how?
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