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Links 1 through 10 of 15 by Vance Stevens tagged mashups

From this map I see if you put the spill in the Arabian Gulf it would spread all along the coast from Qatar down to KSA and up to Ras Al Khaima and extend to the Iran coastline

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what is map a list?

* a wizard for creating and managing customized
Google maps of address lists

what are some cool features?

* the addresses for maps come from your own Google spreadsheets
* modify your address list and maps are automatically updated;
done so daily, or on demand
* you can privately be the only viewer of your maps,
or publish them and show them on any website
* you can access the address lists and maps from anywhere
* it's easy, no code required
* it's free
* download KML of your maps / export them to Google earth

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I want fast access to my Twitter account and to be able to track my replies, direct messages and to also quickly glance at what my favorite users are posting. Enter the amazing TwitterGadget for Gmail.
I always keep Gmail running in a tab in my browser. As I have written, I use Gmail for far more than just communications. The TwitterGadget embeds a powerful Twitter client right into your Gmail account. The instructions for adding it are here.

Twitter Sidebar When you first add TwitterGadget, you get a miniature Twitter app that sits in your sidebar. But that's only the half of it. Click on the double arrows in the gadget's title bar you get a full blown Twitter client that looks like the photo at the top of this post. In many ways TwitterGadget is the best client out there.

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The ideal place for Twitter-related tools is the web browser, which is apparent from the quick-rising number of Firefox plugins. We’ve found eight; you let us know if there are more!

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