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Four new cities in Building Maker

Building Maker development continues at a torrid pace. Congratulations to the people of Rome, Italy; New Orleans, Louisiana; Long Beach, California and Malibu, also in California. Your metropolises (and/or pricey beach communities) are now proud members of the getting-less-exclusive-all-the-time cadre of cities in Building Maker. One hundred and fourteen—and counting!




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8 comments :

Ron Vance said...

I used to live in Long Beach, and that's not an aerial of Long Beach. It's mostly an aerial of what's next to Long Beach (Seal Beach, and part of Huntington Beach), with just a little bit of the Eastern portion of Long Beach.

aidanchopra said...

Hi there Ron,

Thanks for the heads-up. This is why everything related to geomodeling is best left to the locals : ) We'll correct it ASAP.

Aidan

Timshuwy said...

I agree with Ron... this area actually in North-West Orange County. Long Beach (including LB Airport) is actually directly west of this area. Hawaiian Gardens, Artesia and Cerritos are in LA County, the rest including Seal Beach, Huntington Beach, Los Alamitos, Buena Park, Stanton are all in Orange County.

Day said...

Are we witnessing a metro-more-phosis?

Mázinha said...

Gente...
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Freddi said...

This is great news! But I won't be able to enjoy it :-(

Is there anything known about when Building Maker will work for me? I get always the same redirect (on my desktop and on my android phone). I thought the web/html was a standard? I could relinquish the 3d preview if that was the reason. I think BM "could" work on all devices if we weren't obliged/limited to the Google Earth Plugin.

I really don't know, but I would appreciate if someone could enlighten me? ;-)

I'm Not POTUS said...

A better name for this area would be...
""The U.S. Navy would prefer if Google would refrain from literally DRAWING attention to their weapons storage depot that may or may not contain any number of nuclear warheads that is located smack dead center of your "Long Beach" building maker site. Thank you very much""

The Septic Tank Blog said...

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