Google created quite a stir last week when they unveiled their latest Street View project; a vertical tour of the world's most famous rock face, Yosemite's El Capitan. The project features three of Yosemite's most renowned climbers, Tommy Caldwell, Lynn Hill and Alex Honnold. While the response from the climbing community was largely a positive one, there were, as always, people on the other side of the discussion. Taking a sideways look at all this, and everything else from the world of climbing this week, it's our weekly social media segment, #TheSocial.
The Internet Reacts To Google's El Cap Street View #TheSocial | EpicTV Climbing Daily, Ep. 531
Climbing Daily - The freshest news in bouldering, sport climbing and alpinism presented by Matt Groom. Matt is a climber, mountaineer and long-term admirer of Jimmy Webb's beard. Based in Chamonix, France, he'll be bringing you all the latest from the world of climbing.
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