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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Street View or Birds eye?

Categories: Geography General
Whilst looking through my del.icio.us links for the last post, I was reminded about a post at google maps mania which took up way too much of my Friday morning. Map Channels has created Dual Maps which allows you to move through some American Cities at street level, while also being able to see where you'd be from above. I had never seen the street view maps before. I have never visited San Francisco, but spent Friday period two driving up and down its hills before touring the Lakeside in Chicago. Can't think of how or when I could use this just yet, but it's worth a look anyway, even for your own curiosity.

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