Beautiful business cards from your Flickr photos.
Maps mashup with campaign finance data. Drool.
It works on so many levels…
This is the part where I’m supposed to make some intelligent comment about how the nature of the Web, social networking, cheap bandwidth, and digital video are encouraging content creation and remixing on an unprecedented scale, but I think I’ll skip that in favor of snaking about the snakes that are out there snaking somewhere.
As long as the sequel isn’t called Snakes 2.0, no one gets hurt.
For the uninitiated, the Wikipedia entry on All Your Base Are Belong To Us.
Lots of local crime data and maps. Great investigative tool.
Looks like a free and easy way to build a quick maps mashup.
From the Sarasota Herald Tribune, an awesome maps mashup of hurricane damage and data, from the 1850s to today. This is a great example of how to use data and graphics to provide readers with information the might actually want.
Looks like a good roll-your-own mapping mashup site