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Sunday, 31 March 2013

Open Channel Hydraulics Teaching Materials

Hydraulics is part of hidromekanika (hydro mechanics) associated with the motion water. To study open channel flow students must take courses in calculus and fluid mechanics first. With the provision of courses in calculus and fluid mechanics student will be able to understand reduction in the basic equations and flow phenomena which in principle is function of the (x, y, z) and time (t).
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Friday, 29 March 2013

Open Channel Hydraulics Group

For the first study civil engineering, is a list of the open channel hydraulics.

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Civil Engineering Survey Group

For the group studied civil engineering first is a list of civil engineering group survey.

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Concrete Lab Reports

It is a cylindrical concrete lab report for mechanics of materials course. Quality concrete compressive strength is generally determined based on strong. How to test the compressive strength of concrete made ​​to the test object (which is generally in the form of concrete cylinders with a diameter of 15 cm and a height of 30 cm after age ± 28 days.

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Air Transportation System

Transportation sustains economic and social activity and is central to operations research and management science. When operations research emerged as a structured field during World War II, some of the first problems investigated arose from the need to optimize military logistics and transportation activities. After the war ended, the scope of operations research applications broadened but transportation problems always occupied a central place. It is now widely recognized that some of the most successful applications of operations research are encountered in transportation, most significantly in the airline industry where it underlies almost every aspect of strategic, tactical, and operational planning. This success story may be explained by a number of factors, the first being the economic importance of transportation. Also, the complexity and large scale of transportation problems call for powerful analytical techniques, and the high volumes involved imply that substantial savings can often be achieved through the use of optimization. Furthermore, transportation problems are highly structured, making them amenable to the use of efficient solution methods based on network optimization techniques and mathematical programming. This book contains eleven chapters describing some of the most recent methodological operations research developments in transportation. It is structured around the main transportation modes, and each chapter is written by a group of well-recognized researchers. Because of the major impact of operations research methods in the field of air transportation over the past forty years, it is befitting to open the book with a chapter on airline operations management. While many past publications have focused on airline strategic and tactical planning, Ball, Barnhart, Nemhauser, and Odoni have chosen to address the organization and control of recovery operations in the event of disturbances. This line of research is relatively new and of major importance to the airline industry. The second chapter, by Desaulniers and Hickman, surveys the planning of public transit operations. The problems addressed and the methods employed in transit planning, for example, those arising in network design, passenger assignment, scheduling, and fleet and crew assignment, are often similar to those of the airlines. The railway optimization chapter, by Caprara, Kroon, Monaci, Peeters, and Toth, covers the realm of planning problems encountered in railway planning, with an emphasis on European passenger railways. Again, several of these issues are similar to those observed in other modes, but some problems are specific to the railway industry, such as train platforming, rolling stock circulation, and train unit shunting. The fourth chapter, by Christiansen, Fagerholt, Nygreen, and Ronen, contains an extensive
survey of maritime transportation problems, methods, and applications. Compared with other modes, maritime transportation has received relatively little attention from operations researchers. Yet this field is rapidly expanding with the consolidation of major shipping companies and the development of large container ports. The next three chapters cover a variety of planning problems arising in vehicle fleet management. The chapter by Powell, Bouzaïene-Ayari, and Simão addresses truck transportation planning in contexts where information processes are dynamic. The focus is on the development of models that capture the flow of information and decisions. The vehicle routing chapter, by Cordeau, Laporte, Savelsbergh, and Vigo, concerns what is arguably the most central problem in distribution management. It surveys several families of vehicle routing problems, including classical models, inventory routing, and stochastic routing. In the transportation on demand chapter, Cordeau, Laporte, Potvin, and Savelsbergh consider the planning of pickup and delivery operations made at the request of users, such as those encountered in courier services, dial-a-ride operations, dial-a-flight systems, and ambulance fleet deployment. The eighth chapter, by Crainic and Kim, is devoted to intermodal transportation and ties in some planning issues encountered in railway, maritime, and trucking operations. This chapter describes methodologies relevant to the solution of system design and operations planning problems from the perspective of a carrier, or from that of an intermodal transfer facility operator. It also addresses problems encountered at the regional or national level. The next chapter, by Erkut, Tjandra, and Verter, concerns the transportation of hazardous materials and includes a broad description of the issues encountered in this field, as well as methodological contributions on risk assessment, routing and scheduling, and facility location. The last two chapters of the book cover the area of automobile transportation. Marcotte and Patriksson first survey the broad field of traffic equilibrium. Their chapter contains a rich account of the main equilibrium concepts, as well as subproblems and mathematical algorithms encountered in this area. This chapter provides an informative bibliographical note at the end of each section. Finally, in the last chapter, Papageorgiou, Ben-Akiva, Bottom, Bovy, Hoogendoorn, Hounsell, Kotsialos, and McDonald summarize some of the most important issues and recent developments encountered in ITS and traffic management. These include traffic flow models, route guidance and information systems, as well as urban and highway traffic control. We are confident that this book will prove useful to researchers, students, and practitioners in transportation, and we hope it will stimulate further research in this rich and fascinating area. We are grateful to Jan Karel Lenstra and George L. Nemhauser who invited us to edit this volume. While the process took longer than we had expected, we found the experience highly rewarding. Our deep thanks go to all authors for the quality of their contriPreface butions, to the anonymous referees for their time, effort, and valuable suggestions, and to GerardWanrooy of Elsevier for his support. 

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Student Creativity Program

It is a creativity program students DISSEMINATION OF HAZARD titled ASBESTOS TO REALIZE THAT HEALTHY COMMUNITY Banaran in Hamlet. This is the thinking of civil engineering students Semarang State University who wanted to build the health of the household was environmentally friendly.

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Citizenship Education

Civic education (citizenship education) have an important role in the life of the nation. According to William Galston, a definition of citizenship education is and demi_ pendidikan_di the existing political order (Felix baghi, 2009). Civic education is a form pengemblengan individuals to support and strengthen communities throughout the political community's politics is a result of the deal. Civic education of a country will always be influenced by the values ​​and goals of education (educational values ​​and aims) as the main structural factors (David Kerr, 1999). Civic education is not solely membelajarkan facts about institutions and procedures but also as a matter of political life and identity of a nation's identity (Kymlicka, 2001).
Based on the above, citizenship education in Indonesia is also important in supporting the goals berkontiribusi Indonesian state. Systematic civic education is within the framework of realizing the function and purpose of national education based on Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution NRI related and civic education go hand in hand with development assistance nationhood and statehood. Civic education is an integral part of the idea, instrumentation, and practical life of society, nation and state of Indonesia (Winataputra Udin, 2008). Even say, our national education is essentially a civic education so that citizens of Indonesia are born of good quality in social and national discipline, the work ethic, the productivity of labor, the intellectual and professional skills, social responsibility, nationality, humanity, and the moral, character and personality (Soedijarto, 2008).
Civic education anywhere basically aims to establish a good citizen (good citizen) (Somantri, 2001; Aziz Wahab, 2007; Kalidjernih, 2010). But the concept of "good citizens" of different and often change with the development of the nation in question. In the context of national education goals today, good citizens who gayut with civic education is a democratic citizen responsibility (Article 3) and the citizens who have the spirit of nationalism and patriotism (article 37 of Law No. 20 of 2003) . It can be concluded that the purpose of civic education in Indonesia is a citizen of a democratic form responsible, has a spirit of nationalism and patriotism.
Civic education is a field that cross scientific (Winataputra Udin, 2001) or a multi-disciplinary field (Sapriya, 2007). As a multidimensional fields, civic education can load a number of functions, among others: the political education, legal education and educational value (Somantri Numan, 2001), education, democracy (Winataputra Udin, 2001), education, values, education, democracy, and education Pancasila moral education (Suwarma, 2006), political education, national and state laws of the state of the Republic and the moral education of Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic and citizenship education (citizenship education) and the Republic of Indonesia as the country of citizenship education (civic education) Homeland (Kosasih Djahiri, 2007), and as democratic education, character education nation, education and moral values, to defend the state of education, political education, and legal education (Sapriya, 2007). Different functions are in line with the characteristics of "good citizens" to be realized.
In addition to containing a variety of functions, civic education has 3 domains / dimensions or the region as a curricular programs, social programs and the academic program (Winataputra Udin, 2001; Sapriya, 2007). Citizenship education as a curricular program is carried out civic education in school or education program that includes intra-, and extra-curricular co. As the program curriculum in particular intra-curricular, civic education can be realized as a stand-alone lesson (separated) or integrated with other subjects (integratied). As a social program is a civic education that is run by and for the community. Citizenship education as an academic program is the scientific activities conducted community to enrich the body of knowledge PKN itself.

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Friday, 22 March 2013

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Thursday, 14 March 2013

Mechanics of Materials Group

This is a group of mechanics of materials used for the task, expected all work together, mutual communication and fast task completion.
Hopefully duty mechanics of materials completed quickly and on time and got good grades.

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Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Transportation System

Understanding Transpor
An attempt removal or movement goods or people from their original locations to destination location.

Urban Transport System is
A whole rather than the elements, components are mutually support and cooperate in the procurement of  transportation serving urban areas.

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Mechanics of materials

Mechanics of Materials Science and Engineering is part of the civil laws of physics that studies about the behavior of a material when loaded, especially the problem of the forces that occur in these materials and their derivatives.Definitions Voltage is the force per unit area, where the style is meant here is the styles, the style of which occurred within a material due to the resistance of materials to compensate for external forces. Generally, the force acting on the broad infinitely small on a piece, will consist of an assortment of magnitude and direction.In Mechanics of materials, the intensity of the forces should be determined dalarn in various parts of the piece, as the resistance of the deformation, while the ability of materials to withstand the force is dependent on the intensity of this.In general, the intensity of this style is trending oblique to the field pieces. Usually in the calculation of the intensity of the force is decomposed into perpendicular and parallel pieces. The intensity of the perpendicular style called Normal Tension (Normal Stress) is denoted by s (read: Sigma). Meanwhile, the other stress components parallel to the field pieces called Voltage Slide (Shearing Stress) and is denoted by t (read: Tau).In addition to the above stresses known also what is called Voltage Bending, arising due to bending moment (Bending Moment).Normal voltage.An axial forces pose an equal pull on the rod, because it is said to Pull rods (Tension). P works on the right end of the rod. At the left end of the working styles of action. These forces are continuously distributed throughout the cross section of the trunk and called Normal Tension (σn). Normal voltage is defined by:Flexural stress (σl).Bending stress due to moment arising from the force and external load.Voltage combination.Combined voltage is the voltage that occurs due to the normal force and moment yan style or expense arising from outside. In these conditions the resultant stresses that work can be obtained by downloading the voltage superposisikan normal stresses that occur are caused by axial force (P) and bending moment (M).Voltage Slide.Transverse force perpendicular D work pieces. Styles that work in the field of cuts will be distributed evenly across the cross section of the rod, and is called the Voltage Slide (τ).τ = DS / bIWhere:D = style latitudes.S = static moment of pieces that were reviewed.b = width of pieces that were reviewed.I = Inertia pieces.

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Tuesday, 12 March 2013


Calculus is the mathematical study of change,in the same way that geometry is the study of shape and algebra is the study of operations and their application to solving equations. It has two major branches, differential calculus (concerning rates of change and slopes of curves), and integral calculus (concerning accumulation of quantities and the areas under curves); these two branches are related to each other by the fundamental theorem of calculus. Both branches make use of the fundamental notions of convergence of infinite sequences and infinite series to a well-defined limit. Calculus has widespread uses in science, economics, and engineering and can solve many problems that algebra alone cannot.
This subject is a major part of modern mathematics education. A course in calculus is a gateway to other, more advanced courses in mathematics devoted to the study of functions and limits, broadly called mathematical analysis.
Calculus has historically been called "the calculus of infinitesimals", or "infinitesimal calculus". The word "calculus" comes from Latin (calculus) and means a small stone used for counting. More generally, calculus (plural calculi) refers to any method or system of calculation guided by the symbolic manipulation of expressions. Some examples of other well-known calculi are propositional calculus, calculus of variations, lambda calculus, and process calculus.

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Saturday, 9 March 2013

Firefox 19.0.1

CuteFTP Professional is an award-winning FTP Client for securely and reliably transferring files over industry standard protocols including FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS and SSH. It's the right choice when you want the ultimate in power, performance and security.
CuteFTP Professional provides easy-to-use yet powerful tools for tackling the complex challenges of data management and helps achieve HIPAA, GLBA and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.

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  • OpenPGP encryption and decryption
  • One Time Password authentication protocol
  • Password Manager

  • Schedule fast, fully-automated transfers
  • Safely backup or synchronize your sites
  • Easily monitor local folders for changes
  • Create labor and time saving scripts and macros
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Specific Static Structural Analysis II

Specific Static Structural Analysis II in Civil Engineering are subjects or the study of the changes that need to be anticipated by the structural elements of the forces and loads acting on the building structure. Is also the basic science of the knowledge of Building and Structure Construction Technology Building.

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Monday, 4 March 2013

FastStone Image Viewer 4.7

FastStone Image Viewer is a fast, stable, user-friendly image browser, converter and editor. It has a nice array of features that include image viewing, management, comparison, red-eye removal, emailing, resizing, cropping and color adjustments.
Its innovative but intuitive full-screen mode provides quick access to EXIF information, thumbnail browser and major functionalities via hidden toolbars that pop up when your mouse touches the four edges of the screen.
Other features include a high quality magnifier and a musical slideshow with 150+ transitional effects, as well as lossless JPEG transitions, drop shadow effects, image annotation, scanner support, histogram and much more.
It supports all major graphic formats:

  • BMP
  • JPEG
  • JPEG 2000
  • animated GIF
  • PNG
  • PCX
  • TIFF
  • WMF
  • ICO
  • TGA
It also supports popular digital camera RAW formats:

  • CRW
  • CR2
  • NEF
  • PEF
  • RAF
  • MRW
  • ORF
  • SRF
  • DNG

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7-Zip 9.22 Beta (32-bit)

7-Zip is a file archiver with a high compression ratio.
The main features of 7-Zip are:

  • High compression ratio in new 7z format with LZMA compression
  • Supported packing / unpacking formats: 7z, ZIP, GZIP, BZIP2 and TAR
  • Supported formats for unpacking only: ARJ, CAB, CHM, CPIO, DEB, DMG, HFS, ISO, LZH, LZMA, MSI, NSIS, RAR, RPM, UDF, WIM, XAR and Z.
  • Compression ratio for ZIP and GZIP formats: 2-10 % better than the ratio provided by PKZip and WinZip
  • Strong AES-256 encryption in 7z and ZIP formats
  • Self-extracting capability for 7z format
  • Integration with Windows Shell
  • Powerful File Manager
  • Powerful command line version
  • Plugin for FAR Manager
  • Localizations for 74 languages
This is the 32-bit version.

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Google Desktop 5.9.1005.12335

Google Desktop makes searching your computer as easy as searching the web with Google. It's a desktop search application that provides full text search over your email, files, music, photos, chats, Gmail, web pages that you've viewed, and more. By making your computer searchable, Desktop puts your information easily within your reach and frees you from having to manually organize your files, emails and bookmarks.
Google Desktop doesn't just help you search your computer; it also helps you gather new information from the web and stay organized with gadgets and sidebar. Google Gadgets can be placed anywhere on your desktop to show you new email, weather, photos, personalized news, and more. Sidebar is a vertical bar on your desktop that helps you keep your gadgets organized.
Other features include:

  • Quick search box
  • Smart indexing
  • Multiple file types
  • Find deleted files
  • Deskbar and floating deskbar
  • Lock search
  • Microsoft Outlook integration

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SketchUp 8.0.16846

Google SketchUp is software that you can use to create 3D models of anything you like.
Get started right away.
Most people get rolling with SketchUp in just a few minutes. Dozens of video tutorials, an extensive Help Center and a worldwide user community mean that anyone who wants to make 3D models with SketchUp, can.
Model anything you can imagine.
Redecorate your living room. Design a new piece of furniture. Model your city for Google Earth. Create a skatepark for your hometown, then export an animation and share it on YouTube. There's no limit to what you can create with SketchUp.
Get models online for free.
You can build models from scratch, or you can download what you need. People all over the world share what they've made on the Google 3D Warehouse. It's a huge, searchable repository of models, and it's free.

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CuteFTP 8.3.4 Home

CuteFTP Professional is an award-winning FTP Client for securely and reliably transferring files over industry standard protocols including FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS and SSH. It's the right choice when you want the ultimate in power, performance and security.
CuteFTP Professional provides easy-to-use yet powerful tools for tackling the complex challenges of data management and helps achieve HIPAA, GLBA and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.

  • FTP/S (SSL)
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  • OpenPGP encryption and decryption
  • One Time Password authentication protocol
  • Password Manager

  • Schedule fast, fully-automated transfers
  • Safely backup or synchronize your sites
  • Easily monitor local folders for changes
  • Create labor and time saving scripts and macros
  • Create Podcast RSS feeds and manage audio files
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Sunday, 3 March 2013


The AIM® service is all about helping you keep in touch with your buddies. Whether you're sending IMs, sharing photos or doing a voice chat we want to make it better.
Features include:

  • Sleek new design: New buttons, new layout, new color, new brand! Tell us what you think of our shiny gold look and the new layout.
  • Profiles, profiles, profiles: Connect with your buddies like never before. Customize your profile, get updates from other social networks, and more. Now, you'll never miss an update on AIM.
  • Status messages in the IM.
  • :) Emoticons: You asked, we answered.
  • AIM Blast: IM your friends, coworkers, or customers all at once, and all from the convenience of your Buddy List.
  • More goodies: Sign in as invisible, Ctrl + F to search your Buddy List, Search the web from the IM window.
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Skype is software for calling other people on their computers or phones. Download Skype and start calling for free all over the world. The calls have excellent sound quality and are highly secure with end-to-end encryption. You don't even need to configure your firewall or router or any other networking gear.
Additionally it doesn't just work on Windows. Skype is also for Mac OS X, Linux and PDAs using Pocket PC, with a native look and feel for each platform. Talking, sending instant messages or even file transfers work between different platforms like a charm.

  • Skype calling - Skype has all the features of an ordinary phone so it's even easier to manage your calls.
  • Video calling - see who you are talking to at the same time as speaking to them.
  • Add Skype and SkypeOut contacts - Add contacts who use Skype and those who use ordinary phones so you can call more people.
  • Organising groups - group contacts under certain names and share them with your contacts so they can talk to them too.
  • Basic chat and emoticons - when it's not convenient to call, chat or Instant Message (IM) your contacts.
  • Group chat - for when it's easier to chat or Instant Message (IM) all your friends at once.
  • Profile settings - change how you appear to the world and let people know a bit about you.
  • Conference calling - talk to more than one friend at a time.
  • Import contacts - search your address book to find friends and family that already have a Skype name and start calling them for free.
  • View Outlook contacts - view and call your Microsoft Outlook® contacts quickly and directly from your Skype contact list.
  • Quickfilter and Speed-Dial - find Skype contacts, recent chats and SkypeOut contacts quickly and easily, then enter their Skype name to call them back quickly.

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Free Download GMail Drive 1.0.19

GMail Drive creates a virtual filesystem around your Google Mail account, allowing you to use Gmail as a storage medium.
GMail Drive creates a virtual filesystem on top of your Google Gmail account and enables you to save and retrieve files stored on your Gmail account directly from inside Windows Explorer. GMail Drive literally adds a new drive to your computer under the My Computer folder, where you can create new folders, copy and drag'n'drop files to it.
Ever since Google started to offer users a Gmail e-mail account, which includes storage space of 6000 megabytes, you have had plenty of storage space but not a lot to fill it up with. With GMail Drive you can easily copy files to your Google Mail Account and retrieve them again.
When you create a new file using GMail Drive, it generates an e-mail and posts it to your account. The e-mail appears in your normal Inbox folder, and the file is attached as an e-mail attachment. GMail Drive periodically checks your mail account (using the Gmail search function) to see if new files have arrived and to rebuild the directory structures. But basically GMail Drive acts as any other hard-drive installed on your computer.

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How to Add Google Voice to Google Chrome

Google Voice is a voice mail service that allows free transcription of incoming calls, as well as special over sea rates. You can install this service directly onto your Google Chrome browser.


  1. Open Google Chrome and type in "Google voice Chrome." Click the blue spyglass button on the right to search.

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  2. Click on the "Google Voice" chrome web store selection.

  3. Click the "Add to Chrome" button in the top right of the screen that appears to begin installation.

  4. Check to see the Google Voice option is active in the extensions screen. You can also access additional option here.

  5. Click on the Google Voice icon that appears in the top right of your Chrome window to get your last voicemail entries along with their transcriptions. Click the play button to play each one. You can also click "options" to access additional options.

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How to Get Google Drive for Android

Google Drive is an easy way to share files from Google docs across your mobile devices and computers. It's now easy to download and use on Android.


  1. Search for "Google Drive" in the Play Store app.
    Search for "Google Drive" in the Play Store app.
    Search for "Google Drive" in the Play Store app. Select the option with the blue, green and yellow symbol.

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  2. Hit "Install" to get to the installation screen.
    Hit "Install" to get to the installation screen.
    Hit "Install" to get to the installation screen. Click "accept and download," and then click "Open" to open Google Drive.
  3. Click the "accept" button in Google Drive to agree to the terms of the app.
    Click the "accept" button in Google Drive to agree to the terms of the app.
    Click the "accept" button in Google Drive to agree to the terms of the app.
  4. Select "My Drive" to open the documents on your universal Google Drive account.
    Select "My Drive" to open the documents on your universal Google Drive account.
    Select "My Drive" to open the documents on your universal Google Drive account.

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How to Find Your House on Google Earth

Space. The final frontier. That's where you start, anyway, when you launch Google Earth. You can see the whole world shining in the night sky. You see the topography of the continents and the oceans, and only a suggestion of geopolitical boundaries.
But who cares about that! What you really want to do is see your house from here! How do you get there? Hop aboard the wikiHow tourbus and we'll show you what the birds see!


Download Google Earth

  1. First things first. Before you can see your house from birdland, you'll need to make sure you have Google Earth downloaded and installed. You can find it in Google Products at, under the Geo section:

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    • Follow the installation instructions, and when done, locate Google Earth and launch it.
  2. Find your home. With Google Earth running, it's time for the fun stuff. Hang on!

The easy way

  1. Enter your address. In the top left corner, toggle open Search if it's not already open. When it is, you will see three buttons: Fly To, Find Business, and Directions. Click on Fly To.

    • Enter in your street address, and click the magnifying glass. Google Earth will rotate (more, or less depending on the state or country you've entered), and zoom in pretty quickly to your neighborhood as seen from a few thousand feet. There will be a gray crosshair over your house, next to your address.

  2. Zoom in closer. This is nice, but still a long way from what you want to see. Double click just outside of the gray crosshairs, and let's get closer.
    • Each double click brings you about halfway between where you were, and the ground.
    • Continue clicking until you are very close. That's usually about three double-clicks.

    • As you can see, it's a little blurry now. That's because the cameras that shoot the tops of houses are several miles up. They do a remarkable job despite that, but you were probably hoping for more.
  3. Move your cursor to the right side of the page. A set of controls will appear—–two virtual joysticks, one with a hand and one with an eye, and if Google has mapped your neighborhood, an orange human icon. Drag the icon to your house and release it. You will be placed on the ground, on your street!

  4. Look around. You can pan around, looking at your neighborhood—–you can even click on the street and "walk" along the road, anywhere Google has mapped!

Let your clicking do the walking

  1. Check out the controls. In the upper left of the Google Earth window, you'll see a set of controls. Use this guide:

  2. Find your country. If North America is not your home continent, rotate the earth by using the Rotate Joystick tool.
    • Click the left arrow to rotate towards Asia, the right arrow to rotate towards Europe, the up arrow to head to the North Pole, and the down arrow should you live in Antarctica.
    • Alternately, you can just click and drag Earth in the direction you wish to go.
  3. Go to Paris, France for a trial. Rotate the Earth to the east (assuming a North American starting point). Using the joystick arrow as described, rotate the Earth to the east until France comes into view. If it's not in the center of the screen, use the joystick arrows to move it up or down towards the center. Use the outer ring of the Pan Joystick tool to rotate France into the proper position.
    • When it's about centered on your screen, double-click on it.

    • With the first double click, France is in the center of your screen, and you'll see the capital cities of Europe. In the north of France, you'll see Paris. Double-click Paris. After a quick and dizzying journey, you'll zoom from many miles above earth to around 2,000 feet (600 meters).
    • Press the up arrow on the Pan Joystick, and the landscape of France will open up in front of you. It's as if you were looking straight down, and now you're lifting your head up. When you are looking out across the land instead of down on it, Use the outer ring of the Pan Joystick, and move the N icon to be due south. You'll now be looking at the city.
    • Use the Zoom controls to zoom in. When you find a neighborhood to explore, click on the orange person icon, and place it to enter Street View.
  4. Take a hike. Now that you're in Street View, you can use the arrow keys on your keyboard to "walk" the streets of Paris. Or your home town. Or virtually any place in the world.

Extra fun

  1. Look at the sun. When you're not in street view, from the View menu, select "Sun".

    • If it's nighttime where you are, you won't see much. But rotate the Earth to where it's sunny, and you'll see the terminator—–no, not Arnold, but the place where day meets night. It's presented in real time, so you can watch the progression as people to the east of the terminator slip into darkness.
  2. Look at the moon. Why confine your explorations to Earth? From the View/Explore menu, select Moon.

    • Visit where the Eagle landed, and the other Apollo missions, plus much more. And yes, in case you're wondering, there's a Street View there, too!
  3. Don't stop there! Explore the craters on Mars, or Messier objects in space. While there is no street view at NGC5458—–even Google has limits—–it's still space... the final frontier.
  4. Engage!

    Digital Satellite Imagery

    Purchase QuickBird, WorldView-I and WorldView-II imagery for your area.

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    GPS Pemetaan Mapping

    Jual berbagai GPS Pemetaan Mapping Dapat dikirim keseluruh Indonesia
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