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Directory of mashups

We wrote recently about reading locations data in web applications. It was just a technique. And here is a bit more interesting example. Mobile mashup Geo Mail lets you share coordinates via email. It is a wrapper for the native email client lets you add a signature with your location info.
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Photo Map is Twitter mashup lets you see pictures published locally in Twitter. Just select your area on Google Maps and see live photo stream for this area.
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Street View Images. See images from Google Street View right on your mobile phone.
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Geo Messages for Chrome extension. Share location info as a signature for messages.
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Emergency communications for car owners. Create and distribute mobile web application for car emergency contacts.
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Geo Messages for Facebook. How to share location info via messages in Facebook.
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A new Twitter mashup lets you read all the links from any Twitter timeline. Set any twitter name and see all the links suggested by his/her friends. You do not need even to have your own account in Twitter. Just read links published in some circle.
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Mobile mashup - Geo bookmarks. Lets you save and reuse your own list of places (locations) right from your mobile phone. Works with any HTML5 mobile browser (Android, iPhone etc.)
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Mobile mashup - local videos from YouTube. Lets you see local videos uploaded to YouTube.
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Twitter info mashup lets you combine Google Social API and Twitter API. Whois for Twitter. Just type a name for any twitter account (e.g. your follower or twitter you are following to) and get a list of URL's associated with this account. You could be surprised sometimes.
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TV communication tools. Second screen for Social TV - how it looks like.
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Like maker. Mashup lets you create mobile web pages and exchange Facebook Likes with your own content. For example, ask mobile visitor to like your page and show a coupon, etc.
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Twitter buzz mashup you see cloud of topics (hash tags) from any timeline. For example you can check out what your own friends in twitter are talking about. Just provide any twitter name on the above mentioned site, or use it right in the URL request.
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Where Are You Now? Mobile web mashup for sharing location info as a signature for messages.
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Analytics for mobile users. Google Analytics for real places and real people.
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Context-aware QR-codes. Open Source QR-code reader adds proximity info to URLs.
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Bluetooth Data Points. A new approach for sharing and browsing hyper-local data. Network proximity tool for mass market.
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