This week, we're recognizing, Phranc!
Phrac has been a member of POI Factory for over 13 years!
He's being recognized this week for some of the behind the scenes stuff he does to help us out.
While some people have had less to do during the last several months, between POI Factory and our commitments to our older family members and friends, we've been busier than ever.
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Perhaps you can post on a new book you're reading, a new hobby you're taking up or about random finds as you finally get around to cleaning out the...
Anything to keep your windmill alive.
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What3words divides the surface of the entire Earth into 57 trillion squares, each about 10 feet (3 meters) on edge. It then assigns a unique three-word label to each patch so hikers can find a trailhead, mail carriers can deliver the mail and tourists can find their vacation home.
Although the pandemic has spoiled many holiday celebrations this year, it is still important that we not forget today is our nations 244th birthday!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY USA !!
I down loaded the new garmin express, and after a couple of days i could not get it to come up on my HP desk top computer. I had to get microsoft help and they took over my computer and said that the new up date was causing this. So i went back to the old one and no trouble! Has any one had this problem?
I've tried three times to change my password. The form "accepts" the password but the new password doesn't work. I end up asking to reset my password. Is anyone else seeing these problems?
Happy Canada to All Canadians.
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This week we're recognizing, John From PA!
John From PA has been a member of POI Factory for a little over 6 years!
This week we're recognizing him for his contribution of the More Than You Want To Know About GPS article and discussion.
...but an interesting read. See https://arstechnica.com/cars/2020/06/the-long-technological-...
It's certainly interesting. The current system was installed 3 years after I bought the house, and the central AC lasted 17 years under my use. It broke last year (took off the humidfier and the evaporator was a block of ice), and since R22, it cost $200 to recharge, and it only lasted 8 days. So I knew it was coming.
This week we're recognizing, RhythmTip!
RhythmTip has been a member of POI Factory for over 13 years.
He's not been active in the discussion forums for awhile, but he's been very helpful in keeping me updated on NYC camera locations.
So thank you, RhythmTip, for continued contributions to our POI Factory community!
Happy Fathers Day!!!
Although the content is written about a GPS watch as the device, the content applies to our car mounted devices as well. It's an interesting read but you can quickly skip to the numbered sections; i. e., 1, 2, 3,etc.
Microsoft has done it again! They want you to ONLY USE their products!
Does anybody has a poi for school zones in Canada
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