- Lee Jackson’s Victorianlondon.org has a wondeful KMZ file up listing many of London’s historical spots, with links to mentions in contemporary texts. This should enliven both history class and English class.
- Google Earth Blog marks the spot of a major new crater found in the Sahara using Satellite imagery. The thing is, it’s so clearly a crater, I wonder if scientists haven’t come across it in the past but moved on, thinking it must already have been discovered.
If not, we should all make ThinkLemon’s network link of known craters a fixture in Google Earth, in case we come across something improbably large and round, so we can claim it. (For example, the Africa crater database lists a smaller crater just a little to the west of it. How could anyone miss the bigger one??)