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Brag about your travels with WhereIveBeen.com

Have you traveled the world? WhereIveBeen.com helps you brag about your geographical conquests and connect with friends to plan your next trip. What's hot: The Web site is best known for its Facebook application that shows and shares a map of all...

Have you traveled the world? WhereIveBeen.com helps you brag about your geographical conquests and connect with friends to plan your next trip.

What's hot: The Web site is best known for its Facebook application that shows and shares a map of all the countries and cities you've been in. You can create a map of your previous travel destinations and places you've lived, then connect with friends using e-mail or Facebook. Besides gloating, you can find fun travel stats, such as the top cities users have lived in or want to visit. Plus, the more you interact with Where I've Been, the more travel bucks you can earn. You can spend them on good deeds such as providing clean water in Mozambique, planting trees or contributing to a child's education in Darfur, Sudan.

What's not: If you are well traveled, creating your map can be a serious time investment. If the interior design of your home is not conducive to a giant global map with push pins, this online visual map of your journeys could be worth the time it takes to show all the places you've been.

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