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Off Topic, but fantastic software

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Andy
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Off Topic, but fantastic software

Post Posted: Jul 10, 05 15:23

I've just downloaded Google Earth, after a friend told me about it. It's got to be one of the best programs I've ever seen.

desktop.google.com/download/earth/

Andy  
 
  

jamie
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Re: Off Topic, but fantastic software

Post Posted: Jul 10, 05 19:41

I tried it on my laptop (thought it might be useful for flight planning) but the video card's too old! Looking forward to trying it on the desktop when I get back to the office.

Jamie
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fatrabbit
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Re: Off Topic, but fantastic software

Post Posted: Jul 12, 05 18:13

Great, a cheap, effective reconnaissance tool for terrorists. It does look good though.
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nickfx
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Re: Off Topic, but fantastic software

Post Posted: Jul 12, 05 18:22

I agree, been playing with it for a while. My little boy loves it, we go off searching for the Pyramids, the Great Wall of China and loads of other stuff.

Superb educational tool.

Nick  
 
  

RJAllan
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Re: Off Topic, but fantastic software

Post Posted: Aug 10, 05 22:50

- Andy
I've just downloaded Google Earth, after a friend told me about it. It's got to be one of the best programs I've ever seen.

desktop.google.com/download/earth/

Andy


Google does come up with some pretty interesting stuff. maps.google.com/ is great for mapping out locations, to/from, and distances. I'm in Canada so some of the maps are scarce, but elsewhere around the world they're pretty detailed.  
 

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