Exploring March Madness in Google Earth

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In the US, it's that time of year ago -- the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Millions have filled out their brackets in hopes of successfully guessing the outcome of the 67 basketball games … [Read more...]

Showing off your ski runs in Google Earth

If you're a skier, you've probably looked at various ways to track your runs throughout the day so you could view them on Google Earth when you were finished. Frank first shared some ideas about how … [Read more...]

Explore Jackson Hole Mountain Resort with Google Earth

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If you're heading out to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Wyoming any time soon, you'd be wise to check out the new 3D trail map of the mountain from the folks at The Mountain Pulse. The map provides … [Read more...]

Geocaching with Google Earth

We took our daughters (ages 5 and 8) on their first geocaching adventure this weekend and it was great! We used the very popular Geocaching.com website, which had quite a few Google Earth tools to … [Read more...]

Many improvements to Breadcrumbs

We first told you about Breadcrumbs in late 2010. They're a GPS track management site that offers a lot of great features through a nice interface. They've just gone through a major redesign and are … [Read more...]

Awesome 3D tours of Mount Urgull in San Sebastian

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Last year, we showed you some incredible 3D models in Spain built by Peterg Pedro Domecq, otherwise known as 'Gipuzkoa3d'. He's back again with some more excellent models, this time with a great … [Read more...]

Previewing the 2012 London Olympics in Google Earth

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The 2012 Summer Olympics, to be held in London, are getting closer all the time. As they're working hard on preparing the various venues for competition, you can use Google Earth to follow their … [Read more...]

Find fun places to visit with Attraction Seeker

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Back in 2005, we showed you a neat site called Boz Adventures, built by Nathan Poeppelman. Boz Adventures included a database of roller coasters around the world.That site closed earlier this year, … [Read more...]

The Tour de France in Google Earth

The 2011 Tour de France has recently gotten underway, and Cycling the Alps has built some fun tools to help you see the conditions that the riders are up against. We've shown you some of their work in … [Read more...]

Mapping the Peachtree Road Race in Google Earth

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In just a few minutes, my wife and I will be heading to downtown Atlanta to run in the 42nd annual Peachtree Road Race, one of the largest 10K races in the world. There are expected to be 60,000 … [Read more...]