Adam Franco offers a GNU licensed php script that allows to:
- Generate a KML file from a Flickr photo set
- Directly open the KML file in Google Maps
- Choose what size image to include in the placemark description for each photo.
- Optionaly draw a path (line) from photo to photo ordered in one of several ways: by date taken, by date uploaded, by set order. Useful for making a quick and dirty map of a trip.
GeoChalkboard provides step by step instructions to create time-aware visualizations in Google Earth from ArcGIS data.
Here is a pointer to the top 10 tools nominated by “e-learning” experts. The Firefox browser is first on the list. Josh Fischman from the Chronicle of Higher Ed observes:
Whatâ€™s interesting is that none of those programs are
education-specific… What they all seem to have in common
is that they are tools for sharing information.