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Googled

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Everybody's talking about google maps' new feature that allows you to get a street level view of your house -- and everyone else's. Someone googled this address on Kavanaugh and lo and behold! Fifi the French bulldog and her owners out for a walk.

Want to look at your house? go to google maps.com maps.google.com, type in the address and follow the arrows on the image that shows up. Voila.

By the way, the streets are public. Until Google can look in your windows, your privacy hasn't been invaded -- though we'll all be dressing up for our early morning strolls from now on.


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