A straightforward answer to a straighforward question in Google Earth Community: How to write KML and KMZ files properly using PHP.
Is the latest version of SketchUp for Mac OS X quitting on you? You’ve got an old Google Earth plugin. Fix it here.
Have you talked your parents into downloading Google Earth but can’t stomach the idea of explaining over and over again which button does what and why? Briton Richard Treves comes to the rescue by posting the start of a series of 10 screencasts that step through the most basic aspects of Google Earth. The plan is to release one weekly.
Complete with sound, it’s just like watching over the shoulder of somebody very patient who repeats himself at your command. It doesn’t get much simpler than this.
Sometimes it really does feel like we’re hitting technological rapids. That’s why it’s nice to have tutorials like this one by The Last Minute blog: Automatically Geotag your pictures.
Three weeks ago I marvelled at the audacity of Microsoft mapping wifi access points to their coordinate positions for use with the “Locate me” feature in Virtual Earth. How time flies: Today, jkx@Home posts a do-it-yourself tutorial for creating a Google Earth wlan map. He stitches together Kismet, GPSDrive, MySQL and Python, and does it all in Linux (except for the actual viewing in Google Earth), so it’s a bit geek-infused, but wow.
Makezine has a walkthrough tutorial on how to tag del.icio.us bookmarks for display inside Google Earth. Bringing Google Earth experiences to the masses…
You can draw paths in Google Earth Plus, or you can construct the KML yourself in a text editor if you have the coordinates. The result is usable by all versions of Google Earth. Blogger Random Access shows how, and even provides a demo video of the result.