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Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008
Today's Cool Site...
Amazing street scenes
I'm a huge fan of Google's mapping services. Google Earth is nothing short of amazing with its satellite imagery.
And Google recently improved its Maps site by adding Street View. With Street View, you see street-level imagery. That means you can tour some cities virtually!
Of course, you'll see some strange things in Street View. Take, for example, Sampsonia Way in Pittsburgh.
Street View has captured a parade and a marathon. You'll also see swordsmen battling and a laser zapping a Pittsburgh Steelers fan.
Could all of this be real? Yes and no. The scenes were actually staged by a couple of artists and a slew of participants. And Google was happy to help with the art project.
At today's site, you can see the staged scenes in all of their glory. Then, you can watch behind-the-scenes videos of the project. What fun!
Every day, Team Komando produces some of the best content you'll find anywhere on the Internet. Here is a sampling of what's new on our site today!
• Enter Daily Online: Starting this Saturday, enter to win great prizes in my 13th Annual Great Giveaway. Huge prizes will be awarded from Logitech, Office Depot, Epson, Adobe, Shure, Nikon and many more! There are over $75,000 prizes in all! Click here for details.
• Video of the Day: People used to be excited to go to the airport. Today, flying is a chore. Let's go back to a more glamorous time in flight.
• Digital Minute, on your radio: Move over, Motorola Razr! You're no longer the most popular phone in America. There's a new king of the hill.
• Free Download of the Day: Criminals are constantly scanning for open computers. You can protect yourself with a firewall. But get a good one.
• Tip on the site: Networking computers is convenient. You can create shortcuts to move between computers. I can show you how.
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