Interactive Satellite Maps of Post-Katrina New Orleans

Post-Katrina Superdome Image from GoogleGoogle has posted post-Katrina satellite maps of New Orleans at Google maps. The free service lets you toggle between maps, pre-storm satellite, and post-storm satellite views.

It’s captivating real information. I felt hopeful looking at the pictures of the French Quarter that maybe the news media was focusing on the few bad spots as they did during the 1989 Marina fires.  There’s no water on the streets in the Quarter. But, then I looked at east…

There’s more on Google’s subscription Key Hole service.  Geoff is researching at Key Hole and is amazed at the amount of information about specific places and addresses that people have entered there.

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