Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Make your own Crop Circle Greeting on Google Maps

You might remember a recent post I did for a neat Google Maps greeting site called MapMSG. At the time MapMSG allowed you to send a smoke signal to anyone on the web, using a Google Maps satellite view as a backdrop. Raymond Penners, the clever Google Maps geo-developer behind MapMSG, sent me this message today to let me know about a cool new feature he has added to his fun Google Maps based greeting site: Crop Circles! Position a series of spheres over any field or flat space in the Google Maps world and begin your message. Choose from some neat symbols and enter the message you'd like to send. When you send the message your recipient will see a mysterious space ship circling on that very location with your message spelled out for them moments later..

Related:
Wikipedia: Crop Circles
GeoGreeting.com
Have some more fun with Google Maps Games
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