by Ryan Burns
Plenty of us have spotted the all-seeing Googlemobile rolling through town the last few weeks, stealing the souls of everything in range of its roof-mounted camera orb. And say what you will about Big Brother and privacy and whatnot, I dig Street View. It's fun being able to virtually wander city streets on six continents. Add a carjacking app and we'll have a kickass new Grand Theft Auto.
But riddle me this: How can Google's robot driver roll through almost every square inch of Eureka's surface streets and miss two long stretches of Fifth Street -- known hereabouts as Highway 101?!