A clever hack for the new version of Google Earth from Valery Hronusov and Barry Hunter of nearby.uk.org. Using the new capability of Google Earth to embed Flash into placemark bubbles, there’s now a KML network link at nearby.uk.org. Open it in Google Earth, and a white arrow will appear in the center of the screen. Click on the arrow, and a bubble will pop up giving you the choice of imagery for that area from a number of different online mapping sites (e.g. Google Maps, Yahoo Maps, Virtual Earth) using Flash Earth:
Requires the latest version of Google Earth running in Windows (GE for Mac and Linux doesn’t support embedded Flash yet).