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Book fitness classes anywhere in the U.S. on Google

Mar 30 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at Maps under tags  maps search

Shake off those winter blues and spring into shape. Starting today you can book and pay for fitness classes throughout the U.S. on Google Maps, Google Search and the Reserve with Google website. Here’s how it works:

Visit Reserve with Google on desktop or mobile. There you can search for fitness studios near you, use filters to pinpoint exactly what you’re looking for, get recommendations for new classes, or book a spot in the session you already know and love. At checkout, you’ll even be able to take advantage of intro offers when available and buy class packages or memberships. 

You can also book classes from Google Maps and Search. On Google Maps (desktop) and Google Search (mobile and desktop), just search for the studio you want and click “Reserve with Google” to see the class schedule, book, and pay.  

We work with top scheduling providers, including MINDBODY, MyTime, Genbook, Full Slate, Front Desk, Appointy, and more to bring you real-time class inventory across the U.S. So whether you keep going back to a specific class at your favorite studio nearby, or want to find a great new spot while you’re traveling, Reserve with Google can help you book a workout in just a few taps.


Book fitness classes anywhere in the U.S. on Google

Mar 30 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at Maps under tags  maps search

Shake off those winter blues and spring into shape. Starting today you can book and pay for fitness classes throughout the U.S. on Google Maps, Google Search and the Reserve with Google website. Here’s how it works:

Visit Reserve with Google on desktop or mobile. There you can search for fitness studios near you, use filters to pinpoint exactly what you’re looking for, get recommendations for new classes, or book a spot in the session you already know and love. At checkout, you’ll even be able to take advantage of intro offers when available and buy class packages or memberships. 

You can also book classes from Google Maps and Search. On Google Maps (desktop) and Google Search (mobile and desktop), just search for the studio you want and click “Reserve with Google” to see the class schedule, book, and pay.  

We work with top scheduling providers, including MINDBODY, MyTime, Genbook, Full Slate, Front Desk, Appointy, and more to bring you real-time class inventory across the U.S. So whether you keep going back to a specific class at your favorite studio nearby, or want to find a great new spot while you’re traveling, Reserve with Google can help you book a workout in just a few taps.


Appraising the Eagle Map

Mar 30 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at The Map Room under tags  1800s antique maps appraisals collecting usa

On a recent episode of the PBS version of the Antiques Roadshow, Chris Lane appraised a copy of the 1833 Churchman Eagle Map of the United States at $25,000. On the Antiques Print Blog Lane explains how he arrived at that number, which some have thought was a bit on the high side. [WMS]


Insights for ArcGIS – Get connected to any data source e.g. Google Sheets

Mar 29 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at ArcGIS Blog under tags  app developers arcgis enterprise arcgis open data developer google

The Insights team has been kicking the tires on an ambitious project to enable Insights to connect to any data source.  That’s right, I said any data source. NoSQL data stores Web services RDMSs Cloud drives With several patterns under … Continue reading


Webinar Recording: GIS for Tree Inventory and Inspection

Mar 29 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at GIS Cloud under tags  blog gis gis cloud tree inventory and inspection webinar

Dear GIS Cloud Community, We are pleased to share the recording of our last week’s webinar “GIS Cloud for Tree Inventory and Inspection.” In case you missed the webinar, or you want to rewatch it and share with your team, fill in the form at the end of this post and access the recording. The...


Kaspersky is mapping how the life on Earth will look like in 2050

Mar 29 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at Geoawesomeness under tags  maps

The cybersecurity firm – Kaspersky Lab created an interesting project called Earth 2050 for their 20th birthday. The goal is to map how the life on our planet will look like in the future. The project accumulates predictions about social and technological developments for the upcoming 30 years. Everything is served on the futuristic looking […]

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EmberConf 2017

Mar 29 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at odoenet under tags  ember emberconf javascript

I’m in Portland, OR again! This is my second EmberConf and I’m looking forward to some cool stuff this year. There’s a few Ember projects at Esri right now, Operations Dashboard Workforce Web App Open Data I’m sure there’s some other stuff going on too. I’ve talked a bit about using Ember with the ArcGIS...

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New Aspect-Slope Raster Function Now Available

Mar 28 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at ArcGIS Blog under tags  arcgis pro arcmap aspect aspect-slope cartographic design

Use a newly available Aspect-Slope Raster Function that can be downloaded from Esri's GitHub repository for raster functions to quickly and easily create an aspect-slope map from raster elevation data. Continue reading


An introduction to hosting your own Story Map

Mar 28 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at ArcGIS Blog under tags  arcgis online developer story maps story maps developers' corner

Esri Story Maps are open source. This means you can download the code for any of the Story Map apps from GitHub, host it on your own server, and even customize it. While the needs of most story map authors … Continue reading


The Peters Map Is Fighting the Last War

Mar 28 2017 [Archived Version] □ Published at The Map Room under tags  cartography education gall-peters projection map projections mercator

News of Boston public schools’ decision to go with the Peters projection has gone viral over the past week, and my teeth have not stopped itching. Largely because this is very much old news: Arno Peters began promoting “his” projection 44 years ago, and the Peters map has been making the rounds in certain circles ever since then. This is not … Continue reading "The Peters Map Is Fighting the Last War"