I always make the time to have a one on one at ESRIUC with Ted Florence, CEO and get caught up on his flagship product, chat some hockey, and get some candid comments about life as a software solution provider. This year Ted pulled out his iPad and showed me the most recent build of PDF Maps (http://www.avenza.com/pdf-maps) and as usual, I was Wow’d!
Here’s a fine map of the San Diego Gaslamp district for you. Created with local knowledge by Martha and Jim Rodgers, the pair have been maintaining this fine resource for several years now and I’ve been sharing it with you since the start… enjoy! Print out this map or store the PDF on your iPad and bring it with you to locate any restaurant, bar or club in the Gaslamp. The pair being San Diego locals also have some great suggestions for you and highlight a few new must visit places – enjoy and thanks Martha & Jim! See more info Here
Go to www.Gaslampmap.com to download the PDF or view it on your pdf-enabled mobile device – I’ve already got it on my iPad! To help with their bandwidth, we’ve hosted the PDF map file on our server also and you can download the 2 MB PDF Map HERE
NOTE: I felt the gang at Avenza would be interested in this data in order to produce a nice product for users of PDF maps in iOS. Basically, using this version on PDFmaps has more intelligence (like georeferencing – although it hasn’t been field verified yet). The map is now available online in the PDFmaps map inventory and available for free download. Users of PDF Maps can access the map via their iOS device HERE. Need PDF Maps? Get it right here in the iTunes store! Here’s a handy QR code you can also use to grab the map!
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