Google Geo Data Grows – O’Reilley’s Brady Forrest talks about the huge growth of geospatial data resulting from Google’s big investments over the last few years. Some really nice illustrations and video clips in Brady’s post.
Maps Gets You Tube – Keir describes the new feature added to Google Maps adding the YouTube video layer which Google Earth has had since October 2007. You can find the YouTube layer in Google Earth under the “Gallery” layer folder.
Licensing – Google put up a post describing the basic process if you (or your government) would like to license (or grant) data to Google for use in Google Earth or Maps.
GeoServer Nod – Google’s Geospatial Technologist Ed Parsons gives a big nod to (i.e. he really likes) GeoServer‘s new KML serving capabilities. GeoServer is a Java-based software server that allows users to view and edit geospatial data.