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Just curious if other poi files are being worked on. I live in Swarthmore.
I just added two poi to the file. Was not sure how to submit them. I upload them by the upload and share a csv or gpx file.
I will add them to the metro page.
Edit, It looks like we currently have a farmers market for Philly, if you see some that are missing that you have please let the original author know so that they can add it to the file. Here is a link to the file. http://www.poi-factory.com/node/4784
Thank you. that is what I wanted to do. I will let the author know
I have added the two new Farmer Markets and have uploaded the file.
After downloading the Philly restaurant file I noticed that Bookbinder's wasn't on it. Any of you folks who live in or near Philly...and have never been there.....shame on you. Those who have eaten there know that it's a special place. The place isn't cheap, but you never know who you might see there. Check out the following link.
222 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
I'm going to start working on a Philly Coffeeshop/ Coffee Bar POI file. wish me luck, it will be my 1st POI file.
I was trying this before but I would like to see if we have poi for must see in Philly. For example, Bell, Art Museum, Known philly stake stores (PATS, Tony Lukes). etc.
Check out this page, it has links to the files that we have for the Philly area. If you find that some things are missing I can add you as a moderator of the files and you can add what you would like.
You can add me as moderator. I can create another POI file for OUTLETS. Unless it is part of the market.
Hi Miss POI / Admin,
I just submitted a POI file for 24-hr Pharmacies in Phildelphia.
Where did it go?
Is it being held for admin review, before release?
Also, I created a BMP icon to go with it.
How can I submit this also?
We have a moderation queue that everthing goes into for approval. I will take a look at the file and send you the link to submit photos to.
If the 24 Hour Pharmacy file needs tweaking or not.
Does it work on your GPS?
I added a .csv file of free library locations, including phone numbers to check hours. The library has free wifi, computers, research materials, books, magazines, newspapers, and librarians. All great resources for anyone traveling or local. After it's approved, how do I submit it to the metro area Philly list?
In 2006, the restaurant filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. At a hearing on April 29, 2009, Judge Eric L. Frank agreed with most creditors and the U.S. trustee that converting the case to Chapter 7 - liquidating its assets under court supervision - would not be productive because of the high administrative costs.
Old Original Bookbinder's bankruptcy petition was dismissed on April 29, 2009, and it appears increasingly likely that the restaurant is done after 116 years.
Creditors, owed about $1.8 million, had to find a way outside of U.S. Bankruptcy Court to seek reimbursement from owners John E. Taxin and his aunt Sandy Taxin.
In April 2009, John Taxin handed over the keys to the Old City landmark at 125 Walnut St., which closed last month as he tried to find someone to save it.
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