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Susan Smith
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This thing is awesome! I don't know if I have any records around here, but I'd love to try it out.

(via +Eric Dye)

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Here is the Billboard list of Top 30 Country songs this week, with chords for all of them. Two new songs this week: Drunk On You by Luke Bryan, and Georgia Peaches by Lauren Alaina. Have fun!

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A few weeks ago we showed you the Google Earth Diorama, a powerful tool that Paul van Dinther created to help website owners more easily integrate powerful visualizations using the Google Earth Plug-in.

Over the the past few weeks, Paul has continued to improve and refine the tool, and has recently integrated Google Street View into it.

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Having trouble resizing images to specific dimensions in Windows? Here's how to do it.

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Here's a quick preview of Lady A's "Own The Night" 2012 World Tour. It's gonna be great!

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There is a lack of story telling tools for Google Earth and he decided that this can be done much better. Developing a fully customised Google Earth presentation is expensive but he had learned enough about the requirements to design a generic presentation engine that will meet most needs. Diorama runs on top of Google Earth and can be embedded into users web-pages. With Diorama, website owners can easily build very rich presentations using the simple sequence based Diorama API and the browser based code-builder toolkit.

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Anyone else need a Pinterest invite? We've got plenty to give out!

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Happy Valentine's Day! In honor of this day, we'll show you some of the best romantic placemarks in Google Earth.

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Confused by Google Analytics? Here's a quick video showing you what to be looking for.

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Last fall we showed you a great file from the people at Encyclopedia of Life that tracked Bluefin Tuna across the Atlantic. They're back with a few new files that show how a type of sea algae (known as "sea grapes") and Arctic Terns travel across the world as part of their annual migrations.
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