Evolution has provided animals with advanced methods of terrain mapping: dolphins orient themselves by echo location, and lemmings orient themselves by cliffs. Mapping out the waypoints of man's existence: Outalot.com.
Designed by two Brooklyn code monkeys, Outalot's a web/mobile-accessible resource that Gmaps the nearest occurrences of the things most important to your daily survival: bars, restaurants, and movies (sorry, "church"). Casual browsers can input a street address and select a category to see a comprehensive array of instances within a five block radius, each clickable for detailed info, ratings, and comments -- like those from Village Yakocho's enigmatic prophet, "some will find it slimy, others sublime". Create a profile, and you can make lists of favorite locations, and leave your own feedback, e.g., "Thanks, but I still don't know if I want to eat at Village Yakocho".
Soon, Outalot will let you share favorites lists on your own dedicated page, creating a highly evolved method of terrain mapping for your friends: lazy codependence on others.