This is pretty amazing! Valery Hrosunov posted that you could include FlashEarth (a very cool mashup itself which lets you switch between several mapping application aerial/satellite views – like Google Maps, Virtual Earth, Yahoo Maps, and more) all within a placemark bubble – if you are using GE 4.2 on Windows. Then, Barry Hunter of Nearby.uk.org posted a cool “mashup” which uses a network link to present a placemark for your current view (NOTE: you may need a large GE window to see this properly). When you click on the arrow placemark you get Flashearth which will open right over the same place you are looking at.
This is a very handy way to view places in Google Earth and quickly check to see if other aerial databases have a different view. Thanks Valery and Barry!