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The disappearance of 40-year-old mortgage broker William Earl Moldt remained a mystery for 22 years because the technology used to find him hadn't been developed yet.

Moldt was reported missing on November 8, 1997. He had left a nightclub around 11 p.m. where he had been drinking. He wasn't known as a heavy drinker and witnesses at the bar said he didn't seem intoxicated when he left.

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Amazing, Addictive, and Creative Uses of Google Earth and Google Maps

Google Maps and Google Earth are pretty awesome on their own—you can see the whole world on your laptop in the comfort of your living room. But...


Google Maps and Google Earth are pretty awesome on their own—you can see the whole world on your laptop in the comfort of your living room. But what's even more awesome is the myriad way artists and developers are using these tools to create games, videos and photo series that are a delight to the eye. Here are a few to check out.
Google Faces\n
You know when you look up at the clouds and see an animal, or a human face? The phenomenon is called Pareidolia, and Google Faces, a project by the design studio Onformative, shows that machines can experience it too.
Developers created an algorithm to comb through Google Earth images and with facial recognition software, detect the hidden faces on Earth. It doesn't work every time, but they've found some stunning examples already.

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