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Apps for Californians has announced its winners. The CA.gov-promoted mashup competition┬álaunched in June was a collaboration with Google, Microsoft, Center for Digital Government and ProgrammableWeb. Our Entry We grabbed the Cleanup Site and Permitted Facility data from the CA Department of Toxic Substances Control and created a California Environment Report. This mashup provides an interactive […]

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Google launched their revamped App Marketplace recently and Your Mapper is one of only two companies or individuals to have mapping services listed and be a Google Maps Qualified Developer in the United States. ┬áThe other company is in Google’s home state of California, and there are 7 more internationally in Russia, Italy, Canada, the […]

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NYC’s BigApps contest is coming to a close, with only 2 days left in the voting. Our submission is called NYC BigMaps, and if you haven’t supported us yet by voting, please take a moment to register then do so. This submission is a completely new website, targeted just to the citizens of New York, […]

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The city of New York is following in the footsteps of Washington DC and San Francisco by opening some of their municipal data, and then creating a public application contest. They call it NYC BigApps, a play on “The Big Apple.” Your Mapper grabbed two of the public datasets (restaurant inspections and service calls), converted […]

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