Archive for the ‘Google Earth’ Category

World War 2 in Google Earth

Friday, August 22nd, 2008

World War 2 in Google EarthWorld War Two maps located in Google Earth.

Musicians In Google Earth

Monday, January 28th, 2008

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Google Earth Musicians

New Google Earth placemarks showing the birthplaces of the world’s musicians and composers, complete with biographies, pictures and even videos showcasing their contribution to society.

Swiss Train Maps

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Swiss Train Maps

If you are looking to find your way around Switzerland by train and want to be on time, try this new mashup of Google Maps.

This site shows real time train schedule data on Google Maps.  So you will never be lost in Switzerland.

Top 17 Bizarre Sights On Google Earth

Friday, January 4th, 2008

Top 17 Bizarre Sights On Google Earth

Check out some interesting sites in Google Earth.

Google Earth: Population Maps

Saturday, December 8th, 2007

Google Earth: Population Maps

Google Earth Blog has a post on population maps for Google Earth.  Very Cool.  Check ‘em out.  These are .kmz files which will load right into GE.  If you don’t have Google Earth you can get it here.  Check out the world you live in…

Where in Google Earth is Matt?

Thursday, November 15th, 2007

In case you don’t know who Matt is…

Map Of Strange: Strange Things In Google Maps

Monday, November 12th, 2007

Map Of Strange

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The MapOfStrange website is a way of recording strange, wacky, weird and wonderful anomalies, sights and oddities from Google Maps and Google Earth. If you have found something a bit unusual or interesting, we would like to know. Whether someone has written something in a corn field, or there is an aeroplane flying over rural England, it doesn’t matter - we just want to see it. Just find the place in our map, click on the map where the strange or interesting thing you’ve found is, and tell us about it!

Steve Irwin In Google Earth

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

Google Earth Gets New Toy

Sunday, September 23rd, 2007

WorldView1

Google gets a new high resolution satellite for Google Earth.  The new satellite, called WorldView I, is set to caputre over 600,000 square kilometers of imagery each day.  At that rate it would take over two years to cover the entire Earth.  Hurry up I’m waiting.

Google Earth rocks with Version 4.2

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

Google Earth’s newest addition Version 4.2 complete with the cosmos.

Flight Simulator in Google Earth

Flight Simulator Instructions

A informative blog about Google Earth

Google Earth Community

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