Why not get some onsite video when you visit a place in Google Earth? The
Google Lat Long blog announced yesterday that if a YouTube uploader "geotagged" a video in YouTube, a Google Earth user can see videos associated with that specific place. The example above shows a video from the observation deck of the CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario. It’s another interesting way to see the world.
I’ve added the location information to a video of the Jepson Science Center (an "exciting" video from a project a while back). I don’t know if there is supposed to be a delay and will eventually be added to Google Earth, but as of this morning (16 hours later) it has not shown up. I reserve the right to have screwed something up, so we’ll see.