When I've been working too hard on projects that take a lot of energy, I often indulge myself in doing something completely different (though Tessa would argue that it's still behind a computer, so it is not all that different).
When I was reading in to the capabilities of the Bridge SDK, I could not believe that noone had come to the idea of loading a Google Map interface into Bridge. It sounded like an interesting idea to play around with, and I had the basics working in a couple of hours. Ofcourse getting it to work exactly like I wanted took substantially more than a couple of hours, but I have released an initial version.
There are quite a number of known issues with this release*, so at this point it should be regarded more as a proof of concept than anything else. A pretty proof of concept, but not a production quality tool at this point.
(*: the most serious issue being that using the Bridge Geotagger will probably result in a temporary IP ban from the satellite imagery from Google Maps; not just in Bridge, but in any browser from your IP address. Just so you know...)
It's been fun - yet frustrating from time to time - to work with a different set of limitations and bugs to work around from my normal work, working in Director. Bridge CS3 is an interesting beast, and I hope Adobe will continue making tools as extensible.
Anyway, back to the Lingo trenches...
PS: here's what would make the Bridge Geotagger script better: