Google Saves, continued: WorldChanginghas anecdotal evidence of Google Earth helping locals identify air-drop sites in Surat, India after the flooding there last week. (Thanks, Jonathan)
Richard Treves — he of the KoKae tutorial screencasts for Google Earth — has built a template for the education-oriented Moodle content management system that produces KML for databases that contain latitude and longitude data types. If you use Moodle, here is the thread you need.
Interesting item in the comments, worth singling out: “Are there any guide/climber/back country adventure types out there who are increasingly using google earth to scout trails? I need your stories and comments for an article in a national magazine. Please contact Jon kovash.
Notes on the political, social and scientific impact of networked digital maps and geospatial imagery, with a special focus on Google Earth.