GE Bloggers Have the Earth Covered

New high resolution terrain in Google Earth - Grand CanyonFor nearly two years, Stefan Geens of OgleEarth and I have been covering news, content and technologies about Google Earth and related applications. We each have a slightly different slant, and try not to duplicate each other’s content too often. Although we have spoken via VOIP and E-mailed since the summer of 2005, we met fo the first time just a couple of days ago. As you can see from this picture, we pretty much feel like we have the Earth covered. That’s me, Frank Taylor on the left – and Stefan Geens on the right. This photo was taken this afternoon (Thursday June 7th) while attending the ISDE5 conference in Berkeley, California. Thanks to Matt Nolan for taking the photo. And no, I haven’t geotagged the photo or even added GeoRSS to my posts! But, I will be doing that more in the future.

About Frank Taylor

Frank Taylor started the Google Earth Blog in July, 2005 shortly after Google Earth was released. He worked in 3D graphics for many years and was very impressed with this exciting product. Frank left in 2009 to circumnavigate the earth by sailboat as part of the Tahina Expedition.



Comments

  1. Great picture!

  2. FlorentG says:

    Thanks a lot for your blog :)

  3. Both of you are doing a great job covering the Google Earth and related stuff. Thanks a lot for your dedication.

  4. The Ebert and Siskel of Google Earth; now presenting themselves as a duo.
    Keep up the good work.
    simon

  5. Glad to see you guys finally got some pictures done. Now that you’ve got the earth covered, what about other planets? I hear places like Mars have high resolution imagery.

  6. Why do I sense a Podcast union coming on?

  7. Great job, I enjoy both of your blogs!

  8. I need some help inputting brushy terrain in South Texas specifically in Brownsville, Texas… Any ideas or suggestions… Don’t have much time need to put a 3D presentation together by July 4, 2007???

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