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Ground Zero

Ground Zero
Have you ever wondered what would happen if a nuclear bomb goes off in your city? With Google's Maps framework and a bit of Javascript, you can see the outcome. And it does not look good. Search Usage Just enter the address of that boss, teacher, colleague or loved one. If you can find it in Google Maps, you can nuke it. West 42 St, Manhattan, NY48 Martin Place, SydneyMount Everest Want to see some Fallout? We now have Ground Zero II - with more bombs and countries, it maps the radioactive fallout from an atomic explosion. Just click here to see it. About Weapons and Countries (29January2009) The list of weapons contains bombs of historical significance - but what happens with modern, nuclear-assertive countries not in the list? France: currently has a similar to "B61", also deployed by jet fighter. About Google's Javascript Maps API (30April2013) Ground Zero 2.5 uses the latest Maps API from Google, and deprecates the use of LocalSearch. Science Caveat Project: 200712B

An Introduction (sort of) These pages were originally a few articles thrown up here and there. Later, I tried to put them in some sort of order. Keep in mind that just because you see something written on these pages, it doesn't mean that it's true. A lot of it is obsolete, as I haven't had the time to keep the pages up to date. At present, I am looking for work, so if you're interested in a mid level Linux admin whose experience includes a great deal of Windows and OS X desktop support, my resume can be viewed here. Since I know a lot of people only through email, some of course, are curious about what I look like--so, here's a shot from the Fall of 2004, I think. So, without further ado.... Linux and BSD Articles Faq for Newbies This covers the questions that I used to see most frequently asked on the Linux_Newbies mailing list--at least the ones that I knew how to answer. The Newbie Survival Guide An effort to explain to the newcomer why he might have been flamed, told to RTFM, etc.

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