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    Quote Originally Posted by LanceC
    http://maps.google.com

    It's in beta, but it provides the coolest map interface I've seen, combined with Google's searching power.

    A random search for "neeley place" has exactly one hit, but before you get excited, it's because the contents of a web page reference someone with "neeley" as a last name, and the page has an address on it that Google seems to have used as a tracking point (which is pretty cool technology, though not very helpful for this problem!)
    Thanks Lance. I also posted this in "tools" cause I wasn't sure where to put it exactly, but someone suggested mappoint.com which did the trick. Sorta blew my theory, not entirely though.

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    Interesting...I found (through an internet source) a Neeley "road" in Tennessee that ended in a public park that was adjacent to a river and directly across the river from a golf course!

    Jonathan

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    If an infinite number of monkeys type on an infinite number of typewriters, will one of them type the Gettysburg Address?

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