San Diego is a proper noun. San Diego is (1) a picturesque city of southern California on San Diego Bay near the Mexican border; site of an important naval base.
The following articles provide more information about the term San Diego.
- Official San Diego Region Travel Resource
Tourism is the second largest segment of San Diego's economy. The San Diego Tourism Authority mission is to drive visitor demand to economically benefit the San Diego region; The authority promotes and markets the San Diego region as a preferred vacation and meeting destination. The San Diego Tourism Authority also benefits from dedicated volunteers who assist visitors throughout the region at three Visitor Centers operated by the authority.
- San Diego Directory
Regional San Diego products and services directory with city demographic information, San Diego County locator map, and interactive San Diego maps.
- City of San Diego
This official guide to the City of San Diego features information about city agencies and services. Read about the San Diego city government, and learn about visiting and living in the city of San Diego, California.
- U-T San Diego - The San Diego Union-Tribune
Published by the editors of the San Diego Union-Tribune, this online portal features editorial and advertising content that is intended for a San Diego, California audience. Sections include News, Sports, Business, Entertainment, U-T TV, U-T Video, Military, Opinion, U-T Offers, Classifieds, Real Estate, and Cars.
- San Diego Zoo
The 400-acre San Diego Zoo features 4,000 rare and endangered animals from 800 species, and a botanical collection of 700,000 plants. The website contains extensive information on all the animals, including a panda webcam. Users can find out about the many projects the Zoo is engaged in around the world, latest zoo news, and summer camps.
- San Diego Supercomputer Center
SDSC was founded with an NSF grant in 1995. It is a research center of the University of California, San Diego. Its mission is to further research and development in computational science and high performance computing.
- University of California, San Diego
UCSD has an enrollment of over 27,000 students. It is part of the California University system. The School is organized into 6 colleges that include Eleanor Roosevelt College, Earl Warren College, Thurgood Marshall College, and three others. UCSD is known for excellent surfing opportunities and for the Theodore Geisl (Dr. Seuss) archives. Information about visiting and applying on the website.
- California Map
California is the third largest state in the US. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west, Oregon to the north, Nevada to the east, and Mexico to the south. Visitors can view several maps of California.
- UCSD Extension
This is the website for the University of California, San Diego Extension program. It is one of the largest continuing education providers in the world with over 500,000 California students. There are 3 major areas of service: professional education and training, cultural enrichment, and regional economic solutions.
- Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
The PRC, established in 1992 in San Diego, is a nonprofit consumer organization with a two-fold mission: consumer information and consumer advocacy. The website offers fact sheets on a number of issues concerning privacy rights, a hotline number to report abuses, medical records, background checks, special information for reporters, and information for legislators and policy makers.
QUALCOMM, founded in 1985 and located in San Diego, is a research and development company that produces wireless telecommunications. Users can search for QUALCOMM solutions by industry type, business areas, or by product. There are also links to service and support and much more information about products and servic