Blogger Taylor Monacelli had a list of 1,200 zip codes with neighborhood names he would have liked mapped on Google Earth, but no coordinates. What if he made a KML file without the <point> and <coordinates> tags?
Sure enough, Google Earth opened the file and filled in the blanks for him. It found coordinates for all his neighborhoods. His post goes into the details.
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That solution has moved. Link is here.
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