Posted by: brian | September 10, 2007

Google Earth is dead to me

I was looking for Millennium Park (in Chicago, near Navy Pier) on Google Earth. I know where it is (just north of the Art Institute), but I couldn’t find it. I looked at Microsoft’s Live Search – their response to Google Maps/Google Earth, and it’s right there. Pritzker Pavilion is so clearly identifiable, that I could tell at once what I was looking at. What does Google Earth have in that spot? A pasty beige rectangle dotted with construction equipment. WTF? Surely it isn’t that hard to update your satellite imagery, Google Earth. Surely it isn’t that hard to update your satellite imagery.

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