Tak til Danny for denne omfattende live blogging seance ... det gav mig også nogle hints til hvor man skal dykke ned hvis man vi se noget ...
Thanks to Danny for this comprehensive live blogging seance ... it gave me a hint or two to where to look when diving in ...
Google is having a special event today featuring former US vice president Al Gore to announce its new Google Earth 5.0 software that features new underwater views of the world’s ocean (Google Ocean) and 3D views, as well as “historic imagery” that allows people to see the earth back in time through archived satellite views and aerial imagery, along with a new Google Mars 3D feature, which has additional hi-resolution photography and images of the planet. Google also blogs about it here and here.
Greg Sterling and I are at the event. I’ll be live blogging as the announcements unfold, and we’ll have a more comprehensive look at the new Google Earth that will be linked to from this post.
Live blogging begins below:
10:00am: People are still flowing into the auditorium at the California Academy Of Sciences here in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. Deafening whale noises are, well, deafening.
10:05am: Greg Farrington, Executive Director of California Academy Of Sciences welcomes. “I like to call this building the Kingdom of Wow.” Reference to how kids are amazed by what they find here. They use Google Earth for lots of things. One person tries to map all the ants in the world (not individually, he plots clusters). Later we’ll see real-life 4th graders (no thrill for me, I own one already). [...]
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