TidBITS in Italian -- We're happy to announce the Italian translation of TidBITS. The first few issues have been translated by coordinator Francesco Madeddu <email@example.com>, and he's looking for volunteers to help out with translating. If you're interested in helping translate articles, send Francesco mail. The Italian translation of TidBITS is available via the Web at the URL below and via a mailing list, so tell friends who might be interested in reading TidBITS in Italian. To subscribe, send email to <firstname.lastname@example.org>; to unsubscribe, send email to <email@example.com>. Thanks to Francesco and our other volunteer translators for making TidBITS an increasingly multi-lingual publication. [ACE]
Access Street View in iPhone Maps
Finding the Google Street View feature in the iPhone 2.2 version of Maps is tricky - there's no button for it. If you're viewing a map that you think might have a street view, drop a pin (tap the curled paper icon at lower right, then tap Drop Pin or Replace Pin if a pin is already being used). An orange person icon at the left of the pin's information line is dark and can be tapped if Street View information is available.