The New York Times' Madison archive has launched with advertisements, but could eventually expand to all kinds of projects.
Basic services are free, but the more advanced (and paid) apps offer more posting options and analytics, too.
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The map was created by the University of Southern California after researchers pinged 3.7 million IP address blocks to find out which parts of the world were logged on at night.
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