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you can zoom in and see your house and cars and everything .....good rode prewiewer lol

EDIT: i forgot to post the web page for ya dummies lol
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Ace said:
LOL she is still around. But for now I decided to sponsor my new non profit organization for MILF's

Good one man...
First off, the program "Google Earth" is still in Beta version, which means it is horrible. I tried it, trust me it is not good at all. There is no updating on the program at all which leaves me to wonder exactly where they are getting their images from.

For an example, I'll take this ladies house that I worked with. Her house was built approximately four years ago and Google Earth, when I checked it like a month ago, DID NOT have it on there. It still showed the thing as an empty lot. And YES, it was the right place, I've found multiple other things on Google Earth in this area so I know what I'm doing with it.

Now on the other hand, NASA World Wind, that is a good program. It can't "zoom in" as close as Google Earth can but it is actually the real thing. And for those who asked, here is a picture of the Gap:

(Correct me if I'm wrong Gap Goers)

You've rode the Gap, are those the right pictures?
Right area, wrong picture. I was off by just a little bit.
Actually, I think I may have gotten the right area, just didn't grab the entire picture. :bash: :bash:
It is soon not going to be free. That's why it is still beta version. And I know that when you pay for it and register, if you register on too many machines (cause when you use the program, it records who the user is and other information) then Google suspends your account and then you have to call them and tell them what the deal is.
bulldog said:
i just downloaded it ...... google version is WAY better, but i admit it could be upgraded

Yeah, I know the Google one gives better pictures. HOWEVER, like I said and even stated by another user here, that Google Earth is like NOT real, like you're not really looking through it cause it is not up-to-date.
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