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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I thought this deserved a topic of it's own.
Happy anniversary POI Factory and many thanks to all those who have contributed to make it the success it has been.
Here's to another 10 years of support for the GPS community!
This week we’re recognizing, T923347!
T923347 (or Rick, as Alandb calls him), has been a member of POI Factory for over 9 years.
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iOS 10 Vulnerability Makes Bruteforcing Backup Passwords Up To 2,500 Times Faster (Updated)
by Lucian Armasu September 23, 2016 at 12:40 PM - Source: ElcomSoft
The topic here about Zadmi got me thinking. In 1999, I was using a hockey puck receiver with Rand McNally mapping software on a laptop to navigate. I was driving an 18 wheeler. The maps were none to detailed, and actual addresses were hard to locate. It would get you in the general area. Sometimes it would take you exactly where you want to go.
zadmi, happy anniversary. You're the Factory's longest sitting member - user-id #1. Congratulations for being a member for 10 years and 21 minutes. Way to go.
Zadmi is an administrative account that was created before the web site was publicly accessible. POI Factory's public anniversary is September 29th.
This week we’re recognizing, Macleadv!
Macleadv has been a member of POI Factory for over four years.
Lately he’s been updating his petrol/gas POI files for mostly Canada and recently he helped Oldboy with some new MacEwen locations in Ontario.
Thanks for your file maintenance work, Macleadv!
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Microsoft Extends Windows 10 Features With Desktop Bridge
by Michael Justin Allen Sexton September 16, 2016 at 1:35 PM - Source: Microsoft
Samsung to limit battery charging on Galaxy Note 7 phones to prevent fires
by Jethro Mullen @CNNTech September 14, 2016: 5:11 AM ET
As it races to replace millions of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones around the world, Samsung has come up with a way to stop the devices from catching fire: update the software.
For my fellow Applephiles, IOS 10 is due out today, presumably around 9 am PST, 12 EST,
This week we’re recognizing, Bob.Sedona!
Bob.Sedona has been a member of POI Factory for over seven years.
He appreciates a quality “Chicago Style” pizza and maintains a couple of POI files dedicated to such. He’s also recently adopted the Quiznos file and is currently working on consolidating and updating that file.
Thanks for contributions to our community, Bob.Sedona!
The Taco Bell USA and Canada file will not load in MS Street & Trips 2013. I have also tried to make a *.gpx file and it will not do that either. Any suggestions?
This week we are recognizing, Bobkz!
Bobkz is a veteran of POI Factory, having been a member for over nine and a half years. He’s created icons, helped troubleshoot in the discussion forums and is the maintainer for the fun Offbeat Tourist Attractions files. He’s also just an all-around nice guy!
I came across this neat little map while browsing FDOT's website. I had no idea that there were so many traffic counting devices installed.
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