Monday, September 27, 2010

Facebook offices on Google earth


facebook offices on Google earth 

facebook offices on google earth

You can see facebook offices from here

or from here

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facebook offices

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Google Earth’s Got a New Web Site

Google noted last week that it had launched a new Web site for Google Earth. The new site is currently English-only (more languages to come) at

The new site has a link to download Google Earth, of course, but has other content as well. There’s a featured content section that goes beyond Google Earth to show highlights from several properties, including Mars and Earth’s moon as well as the ocean. There are over a dozen video tutorials that range from the very basic (Searching for Places) to the more advanced (Importing KML, KMZ and GPS Data) to Google software that’s related to Google Earth (several SketchUp topics.) There’s also a huge gallery that holds all kinds of content: 360 city panoramas, ancient maps, outdoor trails, castle models… you could be exploring just the galley for hours.

Czechs stop Google's Street View data collection

Once again Google is drawing ire over its Street View mapping feature, this time from the Czech Republic, which has gone and banned the sultan of search from snapping pictures in the eastern European country. Officially, the Czech Office for Personal Data Protection claims Google hasn’t been granted the requisite registration to do what it’s doing, and the office plans to speak with Google about it next week. However, this is the second time Czech officials have denied Google the registration to expand its Street View service since opening the registration case in April. Spokesman Hana Sepankova told the German Press Agency that Google’s application “failed to meet all required conditions that would secure that personal data could not be abused.”

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Street View Added to Building Maker

Neighborhood in Sapporo, Japan
Downtown in Helsinki, Finland
Business in Seattle, Washington US
Builder Maker  is a Google Earth, Google Maps And Google Aerial Imagery interface to help you create 3D models for Google Earth. But Now Google added  a Street View images to Google Builder Maker.
Now you can grab a Street View image, align it with your building and then use the image as the texture for the building.

watch the video below to see how it works :

Six new cities  added to Building Maker:

Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Florence, Italy
Vienna, Austria
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
Santa Cruz, CA, United States
Riverside, CA, United States

All The cities in Builder Maker have Google’s oblique aerial imagery. It is therefore a pretty good guide to which cities will have aerial views soon added to Google Maps and the Google Maps API.
Here’s a little something I put together to compare Bing Maps Birds Eye view with aerial view in Google Maps:

 Bird’s Eye View

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Are you Using Google Earth to Find beautiful pictures

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Google Maps Show place where you can Watch worldcup. if you Reside in USA

Google Maps Show place where you can Watch worldcup. if you Reside in USA

Monday, April 12, 2010

wooow :)

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Sleeping in the street

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Friday, March 5, 2010

Google maps add "Aerial Imagery"

When i went to google maps this morning it show me same new features .i chose to enable all new features.
one of its is  Aerial Imagery . it's realy a good feature . and here how it's look like :

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or you can use this link to see it on google maps

Monday, January 11, 2010

An Entire Country Froze

By Jesus Diaz on Snow

I spent 48 hours stranded in London Heathrow's Terminal 5 last Thursday. Hell on Earth. I witnessed about 3000 passengers fighting for luggage, another 3000 waiting for hotel coupons. I left before the food riots started. This is why.

This is Britain covered under the snow, from top to bottom.

I was lucky. I got the last seat on flight BA177 on Thursday. It was the last flight that left to New York that day, after an extra six hour delay (apparently, there's only one defrosting machine in Heathrow) on top of the two days. The previous day, they canceled two of my flights. The next day, they cancelled all flights again.

While the weather was bad, there was no excuse to what happened at Terminal 5 those days. British Airways and the people at the airport were nowhere to be found after 6pm. Before that, there weren't helpful, offering no directions except "we don't know" and "they haven't told us anything." They were the most incompetent, most idiotic people I've ever found anywhere in the planet, leaving all their customers unattended on the evening, and treating everyone like cattle the rest of the time. There was a point in which passengers had to step in and organize the baggage belts, because the machines were overflowing and jamming. At another point, there were passengers fighting for food in the departures area. Sad.

When the guy at JFK's customs asked me if I had anything to declare, I quoted Dennis Farina in Snatch, from the very deep bottom of my heart and soul: "Don't go to England." And don't ever fly British Airways. [NASA]


Sunday, January 3, 2010

Google Maps and Google Street View Project Supported by Toyota

Do you know what this picture is about?
Yes … the car is a Prius Hybrid vehicle by Toyota. The camera on top is Google’s. Toyota provided a fleet of Prius cars for Google’s Street View Project now underway in South Africa in preparation for World Cup.
Toyota published the press release announcing the project in September.
“The Prius with its Hybrid Synergy Drive technology was chosen by Google as the vehicle of choice for this project. In the coming weeks the branded Google Prius vehicles will be driving around the country taking photographs of locations in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pretoria, Port Elizabeth and Durban. Street View, a hugely popular feature of Google Maps, is already available in more than 100 metropolitan areas around the world. It allows users to virtually explore and navigate a neighbourhood through panoramic street-level images. It is also available in Google Earth and on Google Maps for Mobile.”
This project will add considerable impetus to the use of Google Maps… and the move to Local Search.
Can you imagine the power that this application will provide and especially for mobile users?
It’s time I got myself a Smart Phone… don’t know about you?

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