Yup, that’s right…Esri just created a selfie story map for the 2016 UC!

The Esri UC in San Diego is less than a week away and if you are excited about being there next week, Esri has an interesting option to show just how psyched you are – Post a selfie on their story map 😉

It’s a really cool idea but the only fail is that you cannot login with your Instagram account! How is it that you cannot use Instagram to post selfies… Isn’t that like the main purpose of having a Instagram account.. Well, unless its the Geoawesomeness account – we post maps 😉

Esri_SelfiMap_GeoawesomenessAnyway… Who’s headed to the Esri UC next week?

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“Uniting the right tools and relevant content together significantly reduces the effort needed by renewable energy companies to compete with coal, and natural gas” – Rainer Sternfeld, CEO PlanetOS 

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The powerboard dashboard – PlanetOS

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