If you’ve not spotted the International Space Station before, the tables full of time, magnitude and directional and altitude data can be a bit overwhelming the first time. SightSpaceStation.com has a nice interface that uses Google Maps as well as Google Streetview to not only show you where the ISS is now but simulate upcoming passes to give you an idea of where to look in the context of your front yard. When entering an address, you may have to click on a street with streetview images to get the simulation to work.
They also sell an Android and iPhone app for a few dollars with similar features. Though for an augmented reality view of passing visible satellites I prefer the free Satellite AR from AGI. It’s slightly more accurate and more to the point, and free.