Very cool mapping site I came across today. It's called Map A List. How it works - create a spreadsheet in Google Docs and the program uses that spreadsheet to create the map. The green bubbles on the map below are a label or sorts. You indicate what that particular place on the map represents. On my map below, each bubble represents a location that my ancestors lived.
This type of mapping program can be used for all kinds of things - Road Trips, Locations of genealogy bloggers in the United States or Cemetery Locations just to name a few.
You can even use geocoding and there are tutorials and help forums right on the website.
So what would you use this type of mapping program for?