This is odd.
Google Street View (more here) is Google's amazing and controversial photographic reconstruction of street level details. It's enabled for San Francisco and a few select other cities.
And Saint Paul, Minnesota?!
My traffic map today has a 'street view' button. Clicking it merely toggles an icon of a standing biped, currently located in an obscure parking lot by an unremarkable intersection about one mile north of my home in Saint Paul.
The icon, which I recognize from other Street Views, is inactive, though s/he does have a context menu (center, zoom, etc).
So is it a glitch, or are we really going to see Street View in the twin cities? Who the heck picked that spot and why?
Update: Each time I access maps the little icon moves around the metro area. So I assume it's being placed randomly. I think Google is picking on me, but my new hat should protect me from Googlation ...