This week we're recognizing, Eaglesft!
Eaglesft has been with POI Factory for a little over 4 years!
In that time he's amassed a sizable number of POI files to maintain, updating two of them and creating an additional file just this last week.
Thanks Eaglesft for continuing to create and maintain new POI files for our community!
This is the place to talk about things that are not GPS related.
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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've downloaded several .csv POI files that I use in Google Maps. Sometimes if the .csv file has a column D I must delete that column before Google maps will accept the file because column D has special characters or is to long.
So what mapping program do you guys use that support these .csv files?
Intel Chips' List of Security Flaws Grows
by Lucian Armasu August 15, 2018 at 9:38 AM - Source: Foreshadow Attack
Intel chips have been marred by another series of security flaws dubbed Foreshadow-NG. Researchers discovered the vulnerabilities, which primarily affect Intel’s Software Guard Extensions (SGX) and the security of virtualized environments.
What Is the Foreshadow Attack?
Since we seem to be a senior bunch here at the Factory, I wonder how many of us have been married (to the same person) for at least 50 years? I'll go first. For my wife and I it'll be 51 years the end of October.
This week we're recognizing, Charlesd45!
Charlesd45 has been a member of POI Factory for almost 11 years!
Besides being a helpful regular in our discussion forums, last week he updated all of his POI files and FAQ pages!
Thanks for all you do, Charlie!
Hello everybody, thanks for having me in this forum. I have already learned some new things and I signed up for the red light and speed cameras subscription.
I currently have a Nuvi 3597 and am considering moving to a DriveSmart 61LMT. Can the "saved" file be moved directly from one to the other or are they in different formats? Any insight would be appreciated.
While reading a recent Extra POI node here on POI a question of updates to the Editor was asked. So I looked up turboccc's page for the POI editor and got the following notice:
It's time for us to say farewell… Regretfully, we've made the tough decision to close Wikispaces. Find out why, and what will happen, here (http://blog.wikispaces.com/)
This week we're recognizing, bdhsfz6!
Bdhsfz6 has been with POI Factory for just over 10 years!
Last week he helped out the Potential GPS Issue In 2019? thread by contacting Garmin and sharing the response he received.
Thanks for your contribution this week to our community, bdhsfz6!
Does anyone use a VPN and if you do, witch one do you use or recommend ?
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This week we're recognizing, Gastx!
(formerly known as condump)
Gastx has been with us for nearly 9 years and recently updated his Buc-ees file!
Member dhn over in the GPSReview forum posted this link in relation to a recent firmware update for several TomTom devices. I had not heard of this situation before and it made me wonder if our Garmin devices are vulnerable and if so, will Garmin do anything about it? Also, do cell phones use this timing information, and if so which phones might be vulnerable?
What does the Red Barn badge indicate/signify? Couldn't find any info relating to it in the 'BADGES' section.
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