Google Latitude lets you see your friends on a map on Google Maps for mobile and iGoogle. Use Latitude to plan an impromptu meetup, see that a loved one got home safely, or just stay in touch with friends and family.
Explore the Ocean in Google Earth 5.0
Take a plunge into the oceans of the world with Google Earth 5.0. In the new ocean layer, you can dive beneath the surface of the ocean, view exclusive content from top marine experts.
Google Latitude privacy tips
Learn about Google Latitude privacy options www.google.com/latitude
User Photos in Street View on Google Maps
Now you can browse user-contributed photos that have been precisely-matched to Street View images. Gorgeous photos from Panoramio allow you to see some of the world's most famous landmarks.
How To Create A My Map In Google Maps
How to create personalized, annotated, customized maps using Google Maps.
Get Directions on Google Maps
Customize your directions on Google Maps. Drag & drop the default directions to your preferred roads or highways, get walking or public transit directions.
Google Maps Street View Australia
Learn how to make the most of the Street View feature in Australia.
Street View's New Look on Google Maps Australia
Check out the new experience of Street View on Google Maps. Learn the new ways to enter Street View, look at our full screen mode, navigate through driving directions, and more.
Street View: Six New Cities
Learn how to make your own street view using Google Earth.
Google Maps: Create Personalized Maps
Easily create and share personalized, annotated maps of your world.
Surf Through Google Earth
Engineer David Phillip Oster shows off Earth Surfer, an open source application that allows you to surf through Google Earth. The software is available at: http://code.google.com/p/ea...
Easy Cartoon Drawing : How to Draw Men's Clothes
This expert, Matt Moskal, keeps it simple by drawing basic shapes to create clothing. This video starts off with a man in a shirt and goes on to add details and texture to the clothing. English captions. (2:01)
This is a brief explanation/overview of functions in Calculus. The video explains what critical points are in a function.
A short history of Thanksgiving. This two minute video does not have any narration. It uses some quotes. For older students.
Ultimate Success Vocabulary: Lesson 8
Increase and improve vocabulary with this clip. Vocabulary words are defined. Each slide shows the word, definition and and an example of the word used in a sentence. A narrator reads the word, definition, and sentence. More vocabulary words at http://www.ultimatevocabulary.com (5:21)
Navigation Word Problem (Trigonometry)
Trigonometry problem involving two ships colliding. In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen Paint program) as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. For high school students.
Brown V Board of Education
In 1896, the Supreme Court upheld state racial segregation laws based on the "separate but equal" doctrine in Plessy v. Ferguson. The Court ruled that making a legal distinction between races did not violate the Thirteenth Amendment forbidding involuntary servitude. In addition, the Court did not feel that Plessy violated the spirit of the Fourteenth Amendment, since no rights were to be denied black citizens. Laws requiring the separation of races, the Court declared, do not necessarily imply t
Undergraduate Research at OSU
A look into one research opportunities for undergraduate students at Oregon State University.
Respect the Science
Top UNSW researchers talk about their work and why they are willing to confront misinformation campaigns to advance the understanding of science. Produced by UNSWTV for the launch of the national Respect the Science campaign at Parliament House in Canberra.
The European Parliament: Finally a Powerful and Legitimate Institution?
The launch of the 8 th edition of the "The European Parliament" by Richard Corbett, Francis Jacobs and Michael Shackleton offers a timely opportunity to reflect on the development of this fascinating institution. Following the Lisbon Treaty, has the European Parliament reached the apogee of its powers, or is there still more for the MEPs' to influence? And, after a record low in voter participation in the 2009 European Parliament elections, what can or should the European Parliament do to i