Hello all. This is my first post on the macrumors forums, so hopefully it's in the right place! If not, I apologize. Now, to my question: I am interested in creating a travel blog that has some way of letting my readers know where I am from GPS / location data. I'm thinking something along the lines of a little widget on my blog's sidebar that is a map with pinpoints or a trail of all the locations I've been. This location data would be coming from my iPhone 4, and would ideally be automatically updating so people can see in real time exactly where I am. I'm not worried about the privacy aspect of this, as it is a private blog for just my friends and family. And, ideally, I'd be able to turn off the tracking for any mysterious top-secret escapades I might choose to embark on. Either way, I think that this would be a very cool/funky/web2.0/interesting feature to my blog. Anyway, do you know of a website or web app or application or service that tracks my phone in real time and makes it easy to share this with others? Bonus points if the service even offers location history and shows a path or a trail of my adventure. Oh and I guess it doesn't have to be "live" or "real time," but the closer the better. If I have to settle for hourly or daily updates, I will. I don't have mobileme, so I'm not sure if the Find My iPhone feature is just for emergencies or if it works all the time or if it's easily sharable with others (don't want them to have to log in to a service or anything cumbersome like that). I have looked into Google Latitude but it seems like you can currently only update your location by navigating your iPhone's Safari browser to their site and loading the page, which is not nearly as autonomous as I'd hope. I do like latitude, though, because they have a little "Location Badge" that I can easily integrate with my blog, so maybe if I could find some way to automate the location updating process (like Automator, but for the iPhone?). With OS 4.0 and multitasking and iPhone awesomeness, I don't think this is too difficult of a request. I just hope that "there's an app for that" Thanks!