7 de Septiembre 2005
Link Google Earth to Online Maps
There are a variety of mapping mashups (mapping hacks) which provide a way to link into Google Earth. But, sometimes you would like to take your currently viewed coordinates in Google Earth and view them in another mapping tool on the Internet. A guy named Barry Hunter posted at the Google Earth forums about a link between Google Earth and mapping sources. His post points out some nice mapping tools at Nearby.org.uk.
First, you need to download this GE File Nearby linker . Once you have this loaded, a placemark called Nearby will appear after you have paused your view (you can turn this on and off in your Places list, I suggest moving it to your My Places folder for future use). Select the Nearby placemark and choose either "View at Nearby.org.uk" or "Google Maps" . The Nearby site will let you choose from a variety of mapping sources to view your location, or you can go straight to Google Maps with your current view. Very nice, and a very useful tool!
It turns out Barry Hunter authored these tools (although he doesn't mention himself on his web pages). You can read about his Google-related tools at the link he provided on his Nearby.org.uk site here.
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