Administrative Note for Google Earth Blog

On late Thursday (February 26) Google Earth Blog migrated successfully to a new server. Traffic seemed to shift normally within 1 hour. However, I’ve had reports of people not going to the right server. Turns out the problem is consistently with the Google Chrome browser. Chrome has some sort of DNS cache that is not flushing itself. A bug in my opinion.
If you are using Chrome, one thing that seems to work is to delete your disk cache. Other than that, I can only suggest you use another browser temporarily to read GEB – or a feed reader – until Chrome works properly.
Anyway, contrary to some impressions – Google Earth Blog continues to operate normally if you follow the proper IP address according to DNS.

About Frank Taylor

Frank Taylor started the Google Earth Blog in July, 2005 shortly after Google Earth was first released. He has worked with 3D computer graphics and VR for many years and was very impressed with this exciting product. Frank completed a 5.5 year circumnavigation of the earth by sailboat in June 2015 which you can read about at Tahina Expedition, and is a licensed pilot, backpacker, diver, and photographer.






PLEASE NOTE: Google Earth Blog is no longer writing regular posts. As a result, we are not accepting new comments or questions about Google Earth. If you have a question, use the official Google Earth and Maps Forums or the Google Earth Community Forums.

Comments

  1. Some new imagery in Central India

  2. new imagery in China
    south Luoyang
    N 34.65984 E 112.40915



PLEASE NOTE: Google Earth Blog is no longer writing regular posts. As a result, we are not accepting new comments or questions about Google Earth. If you have a question, use the official Google Earth and Maps Forums or the Google Earth Community Forums.