30 thoughts on “visitors from planet earth…

  1. With Agent Earth, I didn’t work anything larger than 1 mile radius, so maybe I’m the fool. If the .kml files have a second .xml extension, chop that off. Then you can drag and drop onto Google Earth. Seamless on WinTel, which no Mac user should ever have to say.

    These lists of 10 rock. I may never catch up.

  2. The weird part is that I was able to get the file in its .kml state and I even opened it (with notepad) to see that there was data inside. When I would load the file in Google Earth, it would bring me to the correct area, but would be void of data. I tried this for several zipcodes including one of the example ones they listed below the search box… but no luck. I think I’m just going to live vicariously through your experience with these earth aliens.

  3. I tried out your Google Agent Earht. It just seems to take a moment for the properties laod in Earth. I gave ait a minute or two and they all appeared. You also have to select the properties types to display etc

  4. What WV said: You have to go into the folders at the left and click on particular property types to see results. I’m taking it as a proof of method at this point. We’ll see how it goes from here.


    And so obvious in retrospect. I just needed to click on the check boxes.

    I’m not sure why, but I don’t remember needing to do that with other KML files.

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  8. I made it out to Elvis week once and I definitely loved the experience! Memphis is definitely a great place to play! 🙂

  9. How strange is it that Elvis week commemorates his death? Not his birthday or his first hit record, but the day/week he was found dead. I doubt it’s for us to understand.

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