Travel Mashup Holy Grail

Hey, if I wasn't down with a sprained ankle I'd get to work on the ultimate travel mashup.   John asked for suggestions over at his excellent Web 2.0 resource site Programmable Web and I thought I'd throw this one out, which expands a lot on the "California Road Cams" mashups I'm hoping to have for Mashup Camp 2 coming in July.
 The Travel Holy Grail Mashup would harvest the spirit of Where 2.0 and some of Tim O'Reilly's very cool ideas. It would mash the following data in an easy to navigate interface:* City information from Wikipedia* Pictures of the city using the Flickr API * Road Cameras from state DOTs over Google Maps* Weather/traffic information from Yahoo Traffic* Geolocated blog content using the upcoming         technorati API and/or existing blog/map mashes.* Develop a system to allow drivers to use cell phones and onboard navigation devices to report accidents, weather, and road condition reports to a central web location which would standardize all the data and allow interfacing with any website.

Mr. and Mrs. Smith * *

Mr. and Mrs. Smith is a very missable film, but see it anyway to support Angelina Jolie who is one of the world's most dedicated poverty fighters.   Sure she's unconventional and downright weird in some ways, but she's probably done more to focus world attention on global poverty issues than all the Fox News anchors combined. 

Oh, the review?   This clever idea secret agents from different sides get married – is muddled by an underlying plot that is inaccessibly silly.   Spy Kids, with a similar idea, is actually a more intelligent and entertaining film than Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

Movie buffs will enjoy the Brad and Angelina chemistry which brought the world a top celebrity scandal, one of the world's wealthiest Namibian children, and pictures of that child worth 5 million to charity.