It is time once again for the POI Factory community to select a contributor of the year!
Voting is now in progress and will run until midnight December 31st (Eastern Time).
Voting is open to General Maintainers only.
You have to be a General Maintainer to vote, and you have to be a General maintainer to receive a vote.
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This week we are recognizing, Box Car!
Box Car has been a member of POI Factory for over four years.
He maintains multiple POI Files an FAQ and a reference page.
He’s frequent contributor to the forums and helps keep us updated on the speed camera locations in his area.
Thanks for all you do Box Car, we appreciate you!
This is the place to talk about things that are not GPS related.
This thread will be closed on Monday and a new one will be opened.
In danger of losing your windmill?
Maybe you can share the last place your GPS took you and if you encountered any problems, or if you used it to seek out special places to go (like Thai Food, ice cream shoppes, etc.).
Anything to keep your windmill alive.
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A lot of topics have been discussed at POI Factory, and someone may have already answered your question
All I want for Christmas is a new GPS constellation.
Oh, peace on earth would be nice too.
Hi All. I just found you and have been downloading my head off. Thought its about time to say thanks.
I frequent a few RV forums and that kinda led me here. Currently planning a cross-country trip for next year. So far, have downloaded National Park RV campgrounds, Rest Areas, Utah Arches. I even had to edit a CSV to make it work for us.
I have been looking at the Google Hangout site http://www.google.com/+/learnmore/hangouts/ . There are a few features that I feel may benefit the membership here at POI Factory. The program is available at Google Play,App Store and for your computer.The one feature that I feel may be of interest is the video calling that supports of to 10 people at a time.
This week we are recognizing, CraigW!
CraigW has been a member of POI Factory for almost 7 years.
He’s a fixture in our forums, sharing his knowledge and experience on a wide range of POI and GPS topics.
He’s always friendly and encouraging to both long time members and newbies alike. I have a hard time imaging this place without him.
Thanks for all you do CraigW!
Thought I would share this video.
More on HP. followed everything they said. Returned faulty unit, I was promised a full refund only thing is they (HP) didnt say what year.Made several phone calls and received same number of promises. Their reps speak English but do not understand it. Filled a dispute with my cc company, they wrote to HP, no answer. If they (HP) are not out of business they should be!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Just read a story that Montana is considering raising the speed limit on the Interstates to 85 MPH. I have driven I-15 many times, and you might be able to go that fast on some stretches on the flat land to the east (I-94). But I'm not sure about that speed on any Interstate west of Billings.
This week we are recognizing, alandb!
Alandb has been a member of POI Factory for almost six years.
He is a file and FAQ maintainer and is a frequent contributor to the discussion forums and is patient with newcomers gently pointing them in the right direction.
Thank you for your many contributions, Alandb, we appreciate you!
Dec 2014 where and soon gone forever
"Merry Christmas To All & Happy New Year"
And all other Traditions.
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Here's a site I stubbed my toe on and thought someone here might enjoy
Hopefully, our GPS units will get us to Grandma’s house without taking us over the river and through the woods.
The link is 2 years old but the message still applies.
It looks like it will be tough “sledding” here in the Northeast with 8” of snow predicted in many areas this Thanksgiving eve.
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