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Daily Dose - Bringing Google Maps into Emacs

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Julien Danjou has created the google-maps-el project, a Google Maps Emacs extension which lets you work with the maps from inside Emacs.  It implements the Geocoding API and Static maps API.  You can type M-x google-maps to see the a place marked on the map when you type it in.  There's also plenty more that you can do.

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