Go out on the Town with Your Favourite Novel

[NOTE: this post originally appeared on Datachondria, a blog dedicated to technology, data, and modern life.]

As Mark hinted the other day, AcrossAir's augmented reality iPhone apps suggest what some aspects of the networked book concept might resemble. Indeed, it's surprising that there aren't already iPhone apps that replicate such fine book/city tours as already exist.

  Knoxville's bridges, from Wes Morgan's Searching for Suttre

Knoxville's bridges, from Wes Morgan's Searching for Suttre

These seem like fertile ground for an app developer, particularly given the possibility of add-ons available via OS 3's in-app billing.

On the subject of subway-based iPhone apps, there's Exit Strategy NYC (via Kottke). Does anyone have plans to take the TTC Subway Rider Efficiency Guide in a similar direction?