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Jul 21, 2005 6:16pm

mappr in businessweek

Businessweek Online has an article by Rob Hof that details several web services mashups, including our project Mappr. The "slideshow" illustration is a Mappr screenshot, and we're #4 in the list.

I know this because I've been getting CPU load warning messages on my phone all morning, and our traffic has increased by something like 1000%.

Also featured are ChicagoCrime, HousingMaps, and Alan Taylor's Amazon Light. A9 is an interesting inclusion, because unlike the rest of these "unilateral collaborations", it's an official project from Amazon.


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