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You can now geo-code your blog:

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The interesting thing here is that they use MapPoint instead of Google Maps. Not sure why, geocoding perhaps?
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I know someone who used travelblog for an extended international trip. The maps don't seem to be as detailed. I only remember the blog showing maps of countries, little more than outline maps. But it was fun to follow along vicariously.
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The interesting thing here is that they use MapPoint instead of Google Maps. Not sure why, geocoding perhaps?

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I also believe FeedMap has been around longer than GoogleMaps has been (and definitely longer than GoogleMaps' API has been open).

Furthermore, there are numerous sites that popped up by Microsoft devs to demonstrate/spin-off Microsoft technology.

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Furthermore, there are numerous sites that popped up by Microsoft devs to demonstrate/spin-off Microsoft technology.

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I've been meaning to take some time and check out Virtual Earth (and the programming options of VE) for a while now. Time is lacking unfortunately...
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