There has been a lot of fanfare this week for the new Street View feature on Google Maps, a function that gives users a 360-degree view from the streets of select cities. Now users are reporting seeing all kinds of things, including Steve Jobs' house.
There has been a lot of fanfare this week for the new Street View feature on Google Maps, a function that gives users a 360-degree view from the streets of select cities. Now users are reporting seeing all kinds of things, including Steve Jobs' house.According to the Drudge Report, you can see the home of Steve Jobs on Google Maps. Don't believe me? Check out this link. That's what I call Web 2.0 transparency.
Have any of you seen other interesting or famous people or places on Google Maps? If so, please tell us all about it.
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