Sunday, May 08, 2005

Blurry vision

Google has recently released a nifty maps feature. You can not only get directions from one place to another, you can also check out a satellite image of the place you want to find. Some places let you zoom in pretty close, so that you can recognize your own home, but others, like London, don't get close at all.

So I was fooling around with the feature for a while, and decided to take a closer look at D.C. I found the Cato Institute, and the Jefferson monument, and then tried to get real tight on Congress. It's blurred. I guess I should have expected it, but I didn't.

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