Fly Your Penguin On Google Earth - page 5
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In the past, I hadn't focused much attention on Google Earth because the client application didn't work with Linux.
I think this new release is a milestone and represents one more step of the Penguin takeover. I'm definitely looking forward to the full production release. It will be a little while before the technology sinks in, but I'm sure that the business community will find a myriad of uses.
You should definitely give Google Earth for Linux a try.
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