Update: KML file in the menu

Author: Naomi, Posted: October 9th, 2008

We previously added a single Google-Earth Placemark file, with all MIMOA projects in it. You can download it and save it to your computer. 

Now we’ve added a link to this file in the menu. With this update it’s far more easy to locate the KML-file.

You can find it under the ‘projects’ section, at the bottom of the column. Click it and immediately start downloading the file.
This permanent link to the KML-file is automatically updated by Google. So if you download this set of projects to your computer, you will always have the latest information in Google Earth (and Google Maps).

Not yet familiar with Google Earth, or Google Maps? Google Earth is a Free-of-charge, download-able virtual globe program. You can view 3D buildings in several cities, use the extra layers to show (or hide) local points of interest and for instance view driving directions or even fly along your self-created routes. Google Maps is the map that we’re using on the MIMOA site to show the locations of all projects. Read the Google KML-explanation here, or read this article on Wikipedia.

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