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Google Earth


Ellie Tucker

on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of Google Earth

Google Earth What I already knew before
going into the assignment. I knew that you can go
any where in the world,
also do a flight simulator,
go to the streets and see
buildings up close. What technical things
I learned as I did the
tour. I learned that you can
take and go in one direction
without having to click many
times (it will glide on its own),
you can see people from the map.Also,
I learned that you can get information
directly from Google Earth, and not
have to go into google and do a google
search to find out information List of content related things
I learned. "The Workers' Indoor Arena, also known as Beijing Workers' Gymnasium, is an indoor arena located west of the Workers Stadium in Beijing, China. It was inaugurated in 1961 for the 26th World Table Tennis Championships. It hosted the boxing events at the 2008 Summer Olympics and the Judo events at the 2008 Summer Paralympics. It is one of 11 Beijing-based venues to be renovated and upgraded for the Olympics"(Google Earth information) Workers Indoor Arena "Zhongguancun, or Zhong Guan Cun, is a technology hub in Haidian District, Beijing. It is geographically situated in the northwestern part of Beijing city, in a band between the northwestern 3rd Ring Road and the northwestern 4th Ring Road. Zhongguancun is very well known in China, and is often referred to as "China's Silicon Valley"."(Google Earth Information) Zhongguancun Huangtudian railway station "Huangtudian railway station is a railway station in Changping District, Beijing. The station was constructed in 1966. It is a 4th-class station as of 2006. The station is located just south to Huilongguan station of Beijing Subway line 13"(Google Earth Informaton) A list of technical this i want to learn about. I want to learn how to fly the plane thing,
it would be and easier way to explore the area. A list of technical things i stumbled with. I think that if we could get to the information
easier it would be nice. Or if we could get
a clear picture quicker it would be much better. THE END
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