Sunday, June 26, 2005

Google's maps

Most of us have used a map server such as MapQuest, Maps.MSN, Maps.Yahoo, MapsOnUs.Com, and so on. Many of these websites offer directions from one place to another place. But Google simply has to be ahead most of the time, and therefore they created

This system not only offers you the regular maps and directions - for example, try to look for our Jefferson labs - but it also brings you the satellite images of the whole planet with which you can play, move them, zoom them in, and zoom them out. For example, you can start with the large building of MIT.


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