Looking for something else entirely, I recently discovered that Indianapolis and several surrounding communities (see map) are now included in Google Maps' application, Street View.
For the uninitiated, Street View combines Google's interactive mapping program (which is fantastic, by the way) with street-level photographs. Just to clarify, this isn't top-down satellite imagery -- this is more like you're standing in the middle of an intersection or street and able to spin around, identify landmarks, etc. You've really got to try it yourself to get the full effect.
...and while I'm singing the praises of Google anyway, I had a very positive experience using another one of their services recently:
(more on GOOG411)
This is a free phone information service where, using simple voice prompts, you tell them where you're located (or where you're headed, if you're travelling) and then what you're looking for either by specific listing (Fazoli's) or by general category (restaurants). It confirms your prompts back to you and allows you to connect. All for free. Once again, you have to try it to see how well it works, but I can tell you this, I'll never call 555-1212 again!
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