Batch Geo: http://www.batchgeo.com/features/
Create google maps from your address lists. It accepts addresses, intersections, cities, states, and postal codes.
Create map and timeline interface of event or historical. (ex. http://katherynmckee.com/beanandleaf/?p=105)
Many Eyes: http://manyeyes.alphaworks.ibm.com/manyeyes/
A free site where anyone can upload, visualize, and discuss data. It is an experiment created by the Visual Communication Lab. (ex. http://anaclararocha.com/beanandleaf/substituting-coffee/)
HighCharts: java script http://www.highcharts.com/ (Programing Required)
Google chart tools: (Programing Required) http://code.google.com/apis/chart/interactive/docs/gallery.html
This gallery provides a variety of charts that are optimized to address your data visualization needs. These charts are based on pure HTML5/SVG technology (adopting VML for old IE versions), so no plugins are required. Adding these charts to a page can be done in a few simples steps.
Time Glider: http://timeglider.com/
Timeline Verite: http://timeline.verite.co/
If you can edit a Google Doc you can build this. (ex. http://nicktheandersen.com/j586final/ | doc: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0ArR_mzBszZCCdDU0S1Y5ZUttNjYyYm9fZ0dXbDUtZHc&output=html
Capture your world in 3D: Shoot wraparound panoramas or full “synths”, share them with friends, and publish them to Bing. (ex. http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=b98d6f23-0f63-4219-acc9-6ce9631dee8a)
Collage storytelling of video, photos and text. ( ex. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/artsandliving/fashionandbeauty/fashion-shows/vuvox_spring09_1.html | http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/interactives/campaign08/haiku/ )
And don’t forget that phone in your pocket!
A Special thanks to some of my favorite people who have already compiled great lists. Please see their more comprehensive lists. I just choose a few to highlight for this talk.