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|10-05-2007 05:32 PM|
|canadianseamonkey||It should only be a matter of time before it's all packaged into one simple application. Man...what would Columbus think of all this????|
|10-05-2007 05:19 PM|
|xort||activecaptain.com is trying to overlay charts. should be pretty interesting when it gets set up|
|10-05-2007 02:03 PM|
You can already. Get the files (overlay) for GE(Google Earth) from earthnc.com They have Noaa and other overlays.
You can set this all up from home witht he internet connection, in GE, increase the cache to something like 3 gigs and then while at home, zoom in and around the area you plan on sailing and it will store those images on the harddrive and access them when your out on the water without internet access.
Good instructions can be found here.
www . gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2007/08/sailing_with_google_earth_for_navigation.html
|10-03-2007 07:55 PM|
|10-03-2007 07:51 PM|
Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post
|10-03-2007 07:38 PM|
|TrueBlue||Google sold for $85 in 2004, and now sells for $600 . . . always a dollar short and a day late.|
|10-03-2007 07:35 PM|
Google was never a penny stock..
|10-03-2007 07:34 PM|
|10-03-2007 07:33 PM|
Here's what Google is trading at
Ouch! TB - You should have bought long ago when it was only a penny stock, no wonder the two founders are so rich.....but are they sailors??
|10-03-2007 07:32 PM|
Perhaps we can barter . . . I'll contribute some of my old Polaroid shares - you pitch in some cash to go halves on Google . . . deal?
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