Serving up snippets of grub for the mind wallaby
Following on from Phillip Torrones excellent post detailing how to geotag and add Flickr images to Google Earth, I wanted to be able to tag anything to a specific location. After playing around with Tagzania I finally managed to figure out how to make this work.
Google Earth gives you the ability to create a Network Link. By pointing this at the KML output from Tagzania you can effectively map any item to specific locations on the Earth.
Once you’ve got it setup right you should see something like my example below (you may need to click on the image to see it full size).
So, how to setup your own?
NOTE: use decimal lat and long if you’re adding the location manually, Google Earth seems to prefer decimal over traditional
Easy so far, things get a little tricky now.
If there’s any errors in the above guide please let me know. Happy tagging.
Oh and if you want to see my Tagzania tags, cut and paste this link into Add Network Link in your Google Earth:
http://www.tagzania.com/kmlitems/user/grasshoppermindtags: geotag, Flickr, Google Earth, KML, geotagged, tagging, grasshoppermind
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