February 18th, 2010 | Published in Google Student Blog
Have you been too busy hitting the books to keep up with the Games in Vancouver or don't know where to look? Well, you're in luck because we've compiled a list of great tools for you the explore the Games with Google.
Check out google.com/games10 for all the latest information about the Games, available in 40 languages. This is our one-stop shop for all things Games related, including up-to-date medal counts, news, event resultsm and event schedules with rich visuals from Vancouver in 3D, Streetview and more. Trust me, the Maps gadget alone is worth the visit. (It's amazing- Click on "venues," select a venue, and then click see it in 3D. Then click on any of the other venues and you'll fly right over to it. Definitely one of the cooler gadget I've seen in a while.)
Reminiscing about that awesome ski vacation from earlier this winter? Take a look at our latest Street View galleries: The Games and Whistler Blackcomb Ski Slopes (brought to you by our latest images from our snowmobile!)
There's also a great video for the Street View Snowmobile:
Want more of the Games? Picasa Web Albums is also collecting tons of user photos from the Games. If you're one of the lucky few who can visit this year's events, make sure to take some photos and submit them to share.
Hopefully this helps you keep the Games spirit in mind as you start thinking about your midterms or job interviews - Go for the gold!