Unless I can't figure out how to do it (or unless Netscape 6.2 is doing something strange to the map), you can't get your longitude/latitude information from MapBlast!
Update: As pointed out to me by blakem, you can still get the longitude/latitude information from MapBlast!, by clicking on the Yellow Pages tab above the map.
However, Eagle Geocoding (as suggested by ybiC still works.
Of course, as that Great American Merle Haggard points out, "Your flag decal won't get you into heaven any more", either. So there.
Now located in Atlanta for your viewing pleasure
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