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<header>Subjects <span style="color:green;">Here</span></header>
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Below is a map of
<a href="">FAST</a>
subjects for your current location (10km radius).
If you click on one of the markers you should be able to find
books about that location from
<a href="">WorldCat</a>.
If you own an iPhone or equivalent, add this page to your
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subjects-here is an HTML5 experiment (all HTML and
JavaScript) which uses the
<a href="">geo-location</a>
features in modern browsers to look up your location in OCLC's
<a href="">mapFAST</a>
webservice, and display the results using <a href="">Google Maps API</a>