Interesting article explains how a slew of new satellites is keeping better tabs on polar ice.
Loopt now lets you download a KML file containing your 30-day location history. Which is great. Not so great is that Loopt is unavailable outside the US. For a location-based company, that's a bit unfortunate, no?
"Zoom in on your roof" is an interactive map provided by the city of Antwerp that lets you check the efficiency of your roof insulation. It's a wonderful neogeographical innovation, well executed, addictive and easy to use — even if you don't speak Flemish:-)
At one point, Kurt writes: "It's too bad that in Google Earth, you can't put a GeoRSS in a Network Link." Yes it is.
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Hey Stefan, I’ve been following your blog for years and I also read Arts & Letters every day, so maybe I’m the only one who caught this; some of your commentary on Google’s policy in China vis-a-vis maps/Earth is mentioned in this piece:
Good one to add to your links as well.
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