Okay, probably over a week ago. Google Offers Street Views of Egypt’s Monuments I just went around Giza a bit. You know, I like it. Not for someone who’s been there before (several times) because you already know what it looks like but for the person who’s never been there and probably never will be, it’s [...]
Marlborough Gallery announced an exhibition of recent works by Spanish-born artist, David Rodríguez Caballero. The exhibition opened on Tuesday, September 16 at their 57th Street location and will remain on view until October 18, 2014. Show More Summary
We just got our hands on a pre-production beta unit of Canon's latest DSLR, the 7D Mark II. We wasted no time in hitting the streets to grab some shots for your viewing pleasure. Read more...
Perpendicular Pittsburgh circa 1908. "Fifth Avenue from Grant Street." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
Worried that Google Fiber would just be a momentary fascination for the folks in Mountain View? Don't be. Google has confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that it recently hired Dennis Kish, one of Qualcomm's bigger senior vice presidents, to lead its...
Google Maps has added Egyptian monuments like the Great Pyramid of Giza to Street View. The various areas of the Giza Necropolis, including the Great Sphinx, and more are all available to view via Street View. The Giza Necropolis is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, and is home to the […]
By Michael Pento: Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs has recently reiterated its negative view on gold, which it has held for the past year. However, it is now doubling down on this view and advising clients to actually go short the metal. Show More Summary
San Francisco circa 1920. "Franklin car ascending steep grade." Bonus points if you can Street View this. 8.5 x 6.5 inch glass plate by Christopher Helin. View full size.
March 21, 1944. "Newark Athletic Club, Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey. Long shot of lobby. Morris Lapidus, architect." With a nice selection of 25-cent Pocket Books. Large-format acetate negative by Gottscho-Schleisner. View full size.
Sun 19 Oct David Thompson from Bangkok restaurant Nahm heads up a celebrity chef cook-off with one of the best views in Sydney. Join Dan Hong, Luke Nguyen, Chui...
May 1944. "New York. A small boy who receives day care at Greenwich House while his mother works." And more of that service station across the street. Photo by Risdon Tillery for the Office of War Information. View full size.
When Brad Hintz speaks, Wall Street listens. Mr. Hintz has followed banks' ups and downs for 14 years from brokerage Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., where he's regularly been cited as one of the... To view the full story, click the title link.
The image above was generated by Google Street View (via Digital Spy). Other interesting examples can be viewed at Neatorama and the links provided there.
Google has brought its street view technology to one of the world's most iconic archaeological sites, the company announced Wednesday "Now the Egypt of your imagination can be brought to life with new Street View imagery in Google Maps,...Show More Summary
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There’s nothing better than seeing great things up close and personally, but if you can’t (or won’t) take a trip to Egypt to see the Pyramids you can settle for the next best thing: Google Street View. Included in the virtual tour is the famous Great Pyramid, the Sphinx, and Imhotep’s Pyramid of Djoser. Show More Summary
If you're leery about taking a trip to Egypt just now, Google can at least give you part of the experience with new Pyramids of Giza Street View imagery. That includes the Great Pyramid, the only remaining ancient wonder of the ancient world that's...
While some of our modern cities are built over haphazard cowpaths, others are marvels of urban planning, with carefully plotted grids and streets radiating from the center. And we can see just how remarkable these cities are when we look down at them from above. Read more...