There are numerous vehicle simulation add-ons available for Google Earth.
Of course there is the Flight Simulator that’s available by default. But there are several others that third parties have created. Below is a list of a few that I’ve come across and some tips for using them.
Post a . . . → Read More: Google Earth Vehicle Simulators
Muselius is a website with a massive database of over 10,000 museums located throughout the world. Muselius provides information such as description, location, fees, hours, etc. for the museums in their directory.
The Google Earth Blog recently reported on a Network Link for the museums in the Muselius directory and I have . . . → Read More: Muselius Museums
Golf Nation makes extensive use of Google Earth in providing information about golf courses throughout the United States. No surprise since it looks like the website is run by the same person that runs Google Earth Hacks.
A handy little network link is provided by the website that will populate Google . . . → Read More: Golf Nation
Update 10/11/2009 – Added new version of theme optimized for monitors up to 1,920 width resolution.
For the iGoogle users out there….I have created a theme that adds a panoramic photograph to the header of your iGoogle home page. Every 15 minutes the photograph will change and ever month or . . . → Read More: Panoramas Theme for iGoogle
Collection of crop circle locations compiled and kept up to date by members of the Google Earth Community.
Crop circles are created by alien spacecraft when they visit the Earth. Or maybe it’s just farmers with a little too much time on their hands. Works of art or aliens trying to communicate . . . → Read More: Crop Circles
The World Wide Panorama project is a collection of 360 degree panoramic photographs from all over the world.
Each photograph is represented by a placemark. Click on the placemark to view the panoramic photograph in your browser window.
The World Wide Panorama . . . → Read More: Worldwide Panoramas
This network link will display nearby geotagged photos in Google Earth. These feeds all update dynamically as you move the view around in Google Earth. The following feeds are included:
Flickr – This feed is via Metal Toad Media and displays a small red dot at the location each of the nearby photos . . . → Read More: Nearby Photos
The Internet Radio Linking Project links radio systems across the Internet. I would suggest checking out the IRLP website for further information.
The file below will display the IRLP nodes in Google Earth along with their current status and other general information. There are a couple different websites that provide this data . . . → Read More: Internet Radio Linking Project Nodes