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Google Earth Update, Windows 7 Versions?

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I am just going to do a quick blog post before my cousin's get to my house. It's my mom's 45th birthday today, so we must celebrate that. I have my Chemistry exam tomorrow and i have made some good progress, since my last blog post. I almost finished the first 3 units, leaving only 2 units left. Anyways, this is going to be a quick, short post.

Google is set to announce a new version of Google Earth at the California Academy of Sciences. The author of this blog on ZDNet mentions that it could be "what people are calling 'Google Ocean.'" "Many suspect that we could be days away from seeing a 3D ocean view - the ability to fly across the ocean floor is something that researchers would absolutely love to be able to do." This is quite interesting stuff for those researchers, but i don't think it will matter to me that much. It will be interesting to see what is officially unveiled though. I'll be here to update you on more news about that, when it's released.

"These pictures [left] supposedly come from a new build of the Windows 7 beta, 7025." We all know that there are always many, many versions of every Windows OS that comes out. In this picture, it shows that possibility. While the picture may be a fake, the possibility of multiple versions is still out there, since Microsoft hasn't confirmed anything about the release. I hope that if there do happens to be multiple versions, that Microsoft cuts it down to about 2 or 3 versions because we all know how annoying 5 versions of a Windows OS gets. It's also pricey if you're looking for the version with the most features.

Google Earth Update: http://blogs.zdnet.com/Google/?p=1237
Possible Windows 7 Versions (and picture): http://www.engadget.com/2009/01/25/multiple-windows-7-versions-coming-say-it-aint-so/


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