- Hot on the heels of a KML module for the Drupal content management system, Dan Karran has now released a GeoRSS module. End result: You can suck in GeoRSS feeds into Drupal and show them as KML. (Via GeoRSS blog)
- Now that time is supported in Google Earth, Adam Burt has added time stamp data to the Blojsom CMS template he uses to output his blog as KML. Here’s a screencast of how it works. (Via Bedeviled Mojo Slop)
- Brian Flood demonstrates how the timeline works with overlays of Hurricane Katrina, and promises much tighter integration with ArcGIS coming up. Gorgeous.
- Valery Hronusov updates his existing bird migration data to take advantage of the timeline, putting the whole thing into EditGrid in the process.
- Digitally Distributed Environments is exploring ways to use SketchUp to rapidly apply photographic textures to sides of buildings.
- Google is helping Saturn to advertise their cars via the web in several US test markets, and apparently it involves Google Earth, reports the New York Times. It’s not clear how, but to me it sounds like they’re merely showing Google Earth footage inside a Flash banner ad. And that’s not anything to get excited about. (