Alright, it's probably not going to do much for your productivity, but the notion of using Australian postcodes as instructions for a dot-to-dot image is still pretty cool. The Postcode Dot-to-dot mashup does exactly what the name implies: draws a line from postcode to postcode across Australia, taking some fairly large leaps in the process. One cautionary note: The app seemed a tad buggy (but usable) on my Firefox install, was slow to respond in Chrome, and crashed IE8 entirely. Postcode Dot-to-dot
Postcode Dot-to-dot Joins Australia's Postcodes On A Map
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