"GeoURL is a location-to-URL reverse directory. This will allow you to find URLs by their proximity to a given location. Find your neighbor's blog, perhaps, or the web page of the restaurants near you."I thought this was kinda neat. It's a geographical database of urls. Sounds odd, I know but basically what you do is find out the longitude and latitude of your site (i.e. your primary location, not the physical location of the server.) Then you add some custom meta tags to your site and then add yourself to their massive database. Once the database has been updated you can view all the sites that are in your area. A really neat idea. So now you can find the closest people to me! Interesting internet history side note: The URL location is also called a "GeoURL ICBM Address" because in the days of yore, the same name was given to the "form used to register a site with the Usenet mapping project, back before the day of pervasive Internet, included a blank for longitude and latitude, preferably to seconds-of-arc accuracy. This was actually used for generating geographically-correct maps of Usenet links on a plotter; however, it became traditional to refer to this as one's ICBM address or missile address, and some people include it in their sig block with that name. (A real missile address would include target elevation.)"