Last summer, I saw one of those Google Maps cars drive by my house taking pictures so they could update their "street view" setting. I just happen to check my address this morning, and there I am. You can see me looking at the Google Maps car with a "What the h*ll is that" face as I'm pulling into my driveway.

Now, this was last August. So what took Google so long to update? Go ahead. Put your address in and look for any cars driving around. Every single license plate is blurred out. If this Google Maps car is taking pictures every 2 to 5 seconds, that's a lot of Photoshop time.

I don't know how long Google Maps updates their pictures, but it looks like I'll be on there for a little while at least.