US Presidential Election

Even if you’ve been living under a rock on the other side of the globe with your eyes and ears taped up, you’ll still be aware that today America goes to the polls and, unless some sort of mass voting…

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Tuesday, 4th November 2008

Opinions on Google Street View

With the recent launch of Google Street View for Spain and Italy the locals have been debating whether or not they think it’s a great mapping tool, or an evil invasion of privacy. This first guy loves Street View, and…

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Monday, 3rd November 2008

Street View Italia!

Hot on the heels of Street View in Spain earlier this week comes Street View in Italy1, covering Milan, Florence, Rome and Lake Como. This is a copy of Michelangelo’s David standing at his original location in front of the…

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Thursday, 30th October 2008

Mystery Crashed Plane?

English Russia recently published a report on a “crashed” plane in the Russian forest near St. Petersburg. The plane in question is an AN-8 light military transport aircraft of a type which was used by the Soviets up until the…

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Monday, 27th October 2008

Top 8 Street View Crimes

As more and more street-level imagery keeps getting added, it’s time for another Friday Street View Roundup – and today’s theme is “Crime on Street View”! 8) Indecent Exposure This woman’s dignity has been saved by a bit of face-blurring!…

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Friday, 24th October 2008

Krakatoa (Volcano Week 3)

Krakatoa is probably the most famous, and deadly, of all volcanos worldwide. The eruption of August 27, 1883 was so immense that it easily tops the loudest recorded noise in human history, being heard clearly over 5000 km away. Around…

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Friday, 17th October 2008
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Churches With Detached Towers

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