The Palo Alto History Map won our 2006 award for best historical map and it's fun to see them proudly displaying their trophy on their own Palo Alto History website. It's a perfect example of how a site's content can be organized and navigated on a map. It's one of my favorite MapKit implementations so far.
Sci-fi book collectors are spoiled on Platial. We now have another site helping you find the goods. Maybe Collecting Science fiction Books and The Website at the End of the Universe can band together in the great sci-fi mapping quest.
Amy Harris is using our MapKit in part of her upcoming university course called Space, Place & Scale. She tried the tool out on her blog and then set it up on her course website and course blog. Once the session gets under way it's going to be fun to check back in on that blog.
The Finks are mapping their favorite Places.
I have (almost completely) quit smoking, but I remember when I was still smoking and living in New York, land of the $10-per-pack ciggies. The 2for1 Smokes blog is mapping local deals in reduced cost cigarettes. Get 'em while they're still legal.