This week we’re recognizing, Ajasaro!
Ajasaro has been a member of POI Factory for over 10 years.
This week he added 133 locations to his popular State Parks/Provincial Parks N.A. file, just in time for your summer travel planning!
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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From Pro-Clip AND they give credit to POI Factory! How cool is that?
Do you use suction cup windshield mounts to support your GPS or smartphone while driving? Did you know these mounts are illegal in many states? In fact, they are illegal in almost 70% of the United States!
The company has released an add-on for Chrome – dubbed 'Windows Defender Browser Protection' – that effectively gives up a major asset in its own Edge browser.
Microsoft has ceded a major asset of its Edge browser to rival Google by releasing an add-on that boosts Chrome's phishing detection skills.
One family was charged $15,000 in fees and fines for using an EZ Pass bridge that should have been free to them (details in story). All because their account balance was below the toll fee! Workers knew what was happening, but didn't tell them right away.
Also, note the 2 different rates on the sign for in-state and out of state EZ Pass users.
This week we’re recognizing, Plunder!
Plunder has been with us for more than a decade & recently updated a couple of his files including the Gander Outdoors file.
We’re looking forward to seeing a big red barn on his badge line next week!
Interested in participating in the National Hurricane Exercise in early May by providing your location on a mobile app and reporting on the (simulated) status of a POI near you?
First Photobucket decides that folks who have used their service for years for free should all of a sudden pay, breaking thousands of photo links across the net. One of the buckets alternatives (for me) was postimg.org, now that domain has disappeared and all the photo's associated with along it.
"postimg.ORG domain is locked by Registry, no prior notice.
How to block the Windows 10 spring update, version 1803, from installing
With the spring feature update to Windows 10 (version 1803, build 17133, Redstone 4) just around the corner, here are the best ways to ensure you install it when you’re ready — even in the face of recent forced updates from Microsoft.
On the Southern State Parkway in Long Island New York, the roof of a bus was sheared off at high speed at a low-clearance overpass, injuring many passengers. Trucks and buses are not permitted on the road except for mini school buses.
Newsday (pay site) reports the driver was using an auto GPS which did not avoid low clearances.
This week we’re recognizing, TXRVer!
TXRVer has been with us for 9 years and maintains the popular Campgrounds And RV Parks Combined file (among others).
Is it time for a Trimble/ALK/CoPilot Discussion Area here on POI Factory?
I've been a more active member in past years than lately, and to be honest I miss frequenting POI Factory! Lots of great people on here then and now.
This week we’re recognizing, Nats50!
Nats50 had been with us for over 10 years!
Nats50 maintains multiple POI files, helps keep me updated on camera activity in the SoCal area and last week he pointed out Garmin Express V184.108.40.206 Is Here
Thanks Nats50, for all your contributions!
Whenever I see a post where the author is too lazy to include even rudimentary punctuation and capitalization to indicate individual sentences, I just don't read it. I realize that this is only my opinion and others may see it differently.
Do you think it's ok, for E-ZPass users to get charged more, because they are from another state?
I always knew about it in NYC, where say the Verrazano is $17 for everybody incl. out of state E-ZPass, but $11.52 for NY tags.
What I did not realize is MD, MA are two other examples where that is done, and I suppose there must be more examples.
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