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MapKnitter.org – Create Aerial Maps

MapKnitter is a different way to show other how well you know your own neighborhood, or any area that for any reason or the other you’ve got to known like the palm of your hand. This site lets you create aerial maps by combining these photos that you have taken yourself, or that you can find on the Internet. You take these pictures, and then have them placed inside of a Google Map. The map’s location is picked by supplying...

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MapEnvelope.com – Create Envelopes Which Act As Maps

Would you like to send customized letters to your family and friends? If so, you can start with the envelope by entering MapEnvelope.com. On this site you will learn how to customize your letter envelope with this simple process. MapEnvelope allows you to print letter envelopes made with your Google Maps location and customizable messages. Do you know what is Google Maps? Are you looking for original letter envelope? Enter...

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FourWhere.com – Mashing Up Foursquare With Google Maps

FourWhere is the result of mashing up Foursquare with Google Maps, and it is a service that will enable you to pinpoint the exact situation of any place that members of the location-based social network are talking about. In that way, if everybody is buzzing about this or that place and you are bitten by curiosity you will be empowered to find out exactly where that is. Alternatively, you can take the opposite approach and browse the...

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TweetsAbound.com – Tweets From Everywhere

This is a mashup that takes the public timeline of Twitter and applies Google Maps to it. The idea is to display tweets geographically, and let you know more about the spot where these messages originated from. While this is not something groundbreaking, the functionality is certainly useful. It is one thing reading a tweet from somebody whose profile name and avatar tell you nothing about who he or she is. It is another entirely...

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Xm.my – Create Links To Go With Google Maps

This new service stands as a valuable complement to Google Maps. In general terms, it will let you create a URL with any place that you have come across and want to share with others. The resulting link is also accompanied by a short comment that you set down in order to explain what it is you are sending forth. All you have to do is find the place by typing in its name, and once the location has been chosen you merely add the text...

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