Terrasa (tenu) wrote,

Google Earth

Google Earth rocks of course. And it is one of the few maps that I've found that let's you mark your points on it, so you can see where everything is in relation to each other. You can then save the file, with notes, and send it to someone!

So. Im sure there are all kinds of great uses, but right now, for our summer events list, I'd like to see just all the MA museums done up on a Google Earth map. Unfortunately, I dont think I have the patience. I would though, if there was a way to import addresses from an Excel sheet -- not to mention this would make creating cool 'maps' of trip visits really simple.

Anyone have any saved files they'd like to share, or any experience importing? [off to research it now]

edit: that was easy :) it's built into GE gold, but this can do it for free: http://www.batchgeocode.com/
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