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Jimmy John?s non-compete zones in Google Earth

SigActs.com has an interesting blog post about U.S. sandwich restaurant chain Jimmy John?s, which requires their deli employees to sign non-compete agreements. There is an online map provided, but it is best viewed in Google Earth by downloading this KML file. Jimmy John’s non-compete zones. We asked blog writer Sean Maday how the map and […]

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Google Solar System

We have in the past shown you how to turn Google Earth into various other planets including Saturn, Jupiter and Mars. Several of the models come from the Barnabu blog by James Stafford, who also created a comparison of the solar system’s moons, which we covered in 2007. Now you can explore a number of […]

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Using KML to change your field of view in Google Earth

Thank you to GEB reader Sebastien for letting us know that the Field of View can be adjusted in Google Earth by means of a tour. There are other techniques mentioned here such as a KML with transparent photo overlay, or changing an ini file, but the tour technique seems to be the easiest. It […]

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Google Earth plugin gradually fading away

Due to the uncertain future of the Google Earth plugin, many prominent sites that used to use it have started to transition to other alternatives. Here are three examples: Ships 2 Career from PlanetInAction.com Back in 2009 PlanetInAction.com released a fantastic free ship simulator using the Google Earth plugin. In 2011 it was upgraded to […]

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USGS 3D Elevation Program

The US Geological Survey (USGS) has a program called the 3D Elevation Program (3DEP). From the USGS website: The 3D Elevation Program (3DEP) initiative is being developed to respond to growing needs for high-quality topographic data and for a wide range of other three-dimensional representations of the Nation’s natural and constructed features. The primary goal […]

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Magnetic North and True North

A magnetic compass, including the compasses on most smart phones, does not point to the North Pole, or even to the North Magnetic Pole. Instead, it points away from True North by an angle known as the Magnetic Declination, which varies considerably, depending on where you are on the earths surface. It also varies slowly […]

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News Roundup: Polar ice caps, poachers and space detectives

Polar ice caps The US National Snow & Ice Data Center (NSIDC) has recently updated their KML files of Arctic and Antarctic ice to include 2014 data. We have looked at their work many times in the past, as you can see here. Also of note is this press release from them explaining that the […]

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The Napa earthquake in satellite imagery

We recently came across this map in the Maps Gallery which alerted us to the the fact that Google Earth (and Maps) has imagery taken soon after the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that struck Napa Valley, California in August. To find out when and where the earthquake took place, we can use the ‘Earthquake’ layer in […]

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Disappearing Tongan islet

We came across an interesting story about a Tongan islet disappearing. Read more about it here. To see it in Google Earth, look about 5km North West of Nuku’alofa, Tonga, or fly straight to it with this KML file. Turn on historical imagery to see satellite images of it from 2002 to 2013. The Tonga […]

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New Google Earth Imagery ? October 4th, 2014

Thank you to GEB readers André, Martin and Maarten for letting us know that Google did an imagery update on 4th October, 2014. Imagery updates for 4th October, 2014 – Larger version. Google has this map on the Maps Gallery that shows the latest imagery updates. However, there is no way to save it other […]

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