The visitors to this blog has been increasing massively over the past few days and I have just found out why. For some reason an image I posted in a blog post on March 1st of the Nokia N97 on March 1st is the first image that comes up when you do a Google image search for Nokia N97.
The sharp increase in traffic to this blog
For an off the radar blog like this I find that very bizarre. Word Press must be the most Google friendly website on the interweb, and if you do a search for the Nokia N97 on Word Press, the first two results are posts on this blog: see? Must be something in the way I write my blogs that search functionality likes! It’s part of my job to optimise SEO for our websites at work, maybe it’s a subconscious skill I have developed, ;o)
As if Google Earth wasn’t impressive enough, now you can take a trip round Mars courtesy of Google Mars! If you don’t have the Google Earth application downloaded to your computer you can still get a pretty great bird’s eye view of The Red Planet.
The Red Planet
However, if you do have the Google Earth application, this is where the fun starts as you get a proper 3D look at a planet which is many millions of miles away from where we are currently situated, tapping away on our keyboards!
There are points of interest which you can reach with the click of the mouse, such as geographical marvels and space landings. I’ve only just begun to explore this amazing new treat from Google but I can imagine many an hour will be spent
looking for aliens exploring Mars.
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