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Antweb gets help from Google to bring ants to Google Earth. Web Pro News article, Google Earth blog post. Out of gratitude, an ant is named after Google. Check out the freshly minted Wikipedia article on Proceratium Google. (Re the KML: Very cool, but are placemarks the best way to locate ant habitats? How about translucent overlapping areas instead?)

James Fee notes how Portland’s Google Earth support just keeps on getting better.

Via All Points Blog, a link to Global Connection, the people responsible for putting National Geographic in Google Earth (check), Putting Hurricane Katrina in Google Earth (check), and “building and exploring gigapixel panoramic images” (wow).