This one might not take too long.Good luck!
Where on (Google)Earth?
You're right, it didn't take long at all.
that's right...the Maldivesi was just seeing if you were there Ron...you are still the king of WoGE
Yup - I'm back from the field :-( and surfing on a high speed university connection again. :-)So Brian, would you be interested in playing WoGE, yourself? I don't want to steal your idea, but if you're inerested perhaps a couple of us who play regularly could post a couple WoGE blog posts as a kind of webring (with proper homage back to your site as the acknowledged prime mover). If we got five or seven of us we could perhaps organize a schedule where each of us takes a day of the week and posts weekly. Maybe even organize it like the NY Times crossword puzzle so it gets harder as the week goes along? Anyone else have any thoughts on this?
that sounds great...i'd definitely be up for that...if you'd like to take the next one go for it.will it be on http://ron.outcrop.org/blog/ ?And if you'd like to make WoGE more sophisticated, that's cool too. You likely have skills/tricks regarding how best to utilize the web that I just don't know about.I suppose it's time for WoGE to evolve.
I'll think about how to best develop it. Meanwhile, I hope a couple of others are interested in joining us too. The more the merrier!I'll update you before I post one, Brian.
I would be up for that too - but I am in the middle of changing jobs and moving cross country. So I will play along and once I am settled I am happy to contribute too.
I'd be happy to put some up- even have some wicked ideas...With a baby and other stuff going on, regular schedule is a problem, but I can probably do a few between now and the end of the month.-Cp.s. I assume islandless abyssal plain is cheating?
Yes yes, more the merrier!
Okay folks, here's Where on (Google) Earth #16?. Good luck!
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