iMap (screenshot)The announcement of version 3.5 drew my attention to iMap, and since I assiduously follow map-related software for the Mac, as you know, I should mention its existence here: it’s apparently an application that lets you generate maps from data fairly easily and export them as PDFs for use in other applications. Handy if you’re looking to put together some maps for a presentation — many of the examples in the gallery are in that vein — and, at $199, clearly meant for professional use rather than casual dinking around. I can definitely see the usefulness of something along these lines, though.