Can you help me find this map/data integration site?
September 3, 2008 2:24 PM   Subscribe

Looking for website: allowed user to select modules for events, traffic, weather, gas prices, blogs, and other elements and have them show up on a map.

This was found via StumbleUpon in the past week and I swear I favourited but it seems to have disappeared. Black background and the modules appeared on the left hand when you selected them with an entry field for location. After entering into this field, app would search for relevant results then produce them in the module with a pushpin on the map of the area. Clicking on a result would cause the map to zoom in to that pushpin.
posted by batmonkey to Computers & Internet (4 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
Response by poster: Further clarification: I've checked my Stumble history - even the unrated items - and it's not in there. Have checked all other possibly history recordings in browser, too. Currently repeatedly Stumbling in hopes of finding it again, but losing hope.
posted by batmonkey at 3:01 PM on September 3, 2008

Onion Map made the rounds recently and has a black background.
posted by milkrate at 9:47 PM on September 3, 2008

Response by poster: Really close, milkrate - it reminded me that the site I'm looking for also had a module for people search (goes to white pages), anyway, and that's something :)

I've searched in the various search engines, but still not coming up with anything. Having a query string that uses every word making SEO people drool right now is making this kinda difficult, I think.

Any ideas appreciated!
posted by batmonkey at 10:55 PM on September 3, 2008

Response by poster: Still looking, in case anyone comes across it. I spent several hours stumbling in general mode and just looking for maps and have searched on as many keyword strings as I could think up and still...nothing.

At this point, I'm establishing that there's a reward for the info. Nothing huge or fancy, but definitely a tangible "thank you" for the person who finds this.
posted by batmonkey at 11:32 PM on September 13, 2008

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