Looking For A Kiss
A couple of weeks ago I posted about using the satellite images on sites like Mapquest in order to zoom around the U.S., looking at overhead shots of everything.
Well, that's practically retro now, because Google Maps has added Street View, which allows you to go to cities like New York and San Francisco and actually see close-ups of the various neighborhoods (including traffic and people's faces), block-by-block.
That's the Kiss "Destroyer" mural in NYC, above, on E. Houston Street, across from the Mercury Lounge (click on the image for a larger view).
Street View only works for a few cities, though, so you can't use it to zoom in on the Harry Dick Building in Danbury just yet.
(Building photo swiped from Brand Flakes For Breakfast)