Gravity's rainbow on a Google map.
WiFi hotspots in Brighton (including passwords where required) courtesy of Josh.
The first of the We Tell Stories series is online. It's a clever piece of storytelling using Google Maps to full effect.
The new "you are here" feature on the mobile version of Google Maps looks, as Matt Jones said, "indistinguishable from magic." But it doesn't work on my phone. Grrr...
Ian Lloyd gets search results for curry houses in Swindon from Google Maps to his phone in less than 60 seconds. All thanks to hCard.
There's something very Gibsonesque about this real world mashup of Google Maps and Amazon's Mechanical Turk.
W00t! This is a biggie! Google Maps now returns its listing results in hCard. Now you can do one-click export to your address book (or phone).
This is so so childish but here you go: rude place names on Google Maps.
Track Cindy and Jason on their trip across the country... mashup style.
Google gets behind GeoRSS. This is good. Somewhere, Mikel Maron is doing a little dance.
A mesmerising mashup of Twitter and Google Maps. I could watch this all day.
Gareth has mashed up Google Maps with meatspace geek gatherings in the UK.
Find the antipodes of your location. Remember, most of the world is ocean.
This is an astoundingly brilliant mashup: Overheard in New York meets Google Maps. It's fan-bloody-tastic and remarkably fast for all the data it contains.
Version 2 of Google's Maps API is out. Changes, changes, read all about it.
A handy guide to using a wrapper for the Google Maps API.
You'd think someone in the architect's office would have spotted this.
Why look to Mars for anthropomorphised geographical features when we've got them right here on Earth?
From Area 51 to the Mall Of America, James Archer documents them all.