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Starbucks recently announced that it will close 600 stores, but it won't say which ones. Which is, of course, where Google Maps comes in. The Seattle Times is tracking shuttered stores based on intel from readers and soon-to-be-laid-off Starbucks employees. Right now they've got nothing on New York, so go help them out. [Seattle Times]