Mezzoman helps you find a place to meet in the middle. You can meet your friend or friends halfway by typing your address, their address, selecting a result size and then inputing a keyword. After that click Mezzoman Go.
A user wants to see points of interest within a given area as visually represented through the current map extent. Typically the available options (results) update when the user changes the map extent through panning or zooming.
Use to limit the options by binding them to a particular area of interest as depicted by map and its current extent and when geographical discovery can be anticipated, i.e. a user will use the map to navigate and expect the contextual content (search results, legend items, chart results, etc.) to update accordingly.
MeetWays.com finds the halfway point between 2 addresses and locates restaurants, coffee shops, sushi, or any other point of interest to help you plan your next meeting. Get fair driving directions to the meeting point from both addresses.
Michael Gaigg's insight:
The classic example of the meet in the middle pattern is MeetWays.com
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