Two Google Maps of the Libyan protests have been receiving a lot of press in the last few days.
Twitter user @Arasmus has put together a Google My Map called
Mapping Violence Against Pro-Democracy Protests in Libya.
The map has been created by compiling reports from trusted accounts on Twitter. Arasmus says that each posting on the map is considered carefully before it is mapped.
Arasmus seems to be working very hard to keep the map up-to-date and has been assiduously adding the latest news to the map for over a week now.
Mibazaar's Middle East Protest Map lets you view the latest Twitter messages from the Middle East.
The map animates between the latest messages to be posted to Twitter from the Middle East. It is possible to view Tweets from the entire region or to select to view only Tweets from Bahrain, Egypt, Libya or Iran.
The Tweets are displayed at geotagged locations on the map at an interval of 5 seconds so the map provides an impressive means to view real-time updates across Libya.