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.
MaryAnn Melby AKA Miss POI
Does anyone know where to get a POI for Lenny's?
Happy Father's Day to all. May you have an enjoyable day.
L.A. council delays decision on red light traffic camera program
The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to delay ruling on whether to keep the city's red light traffic camera program alive for another year in order to assess its public safety value and how to make it work financially.
HOUSTON—A federal judge has ruled that Houston’s red light camera referendum was illegal.
U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes said Friday that the issue as presented on the November ballot violated Houston’s city charter covering the repeal of an ordinance. Hughes said the election was too late.
Hi, I was wondering if any of you do a virus scan, etc.. on your GPS units??? If so how often do you do them??
I downloaded a software update from Magellan and saved it. I hooked up my explorist600. My PC recognizes it. When I click on RUN, I get this message.
Unable to create temporary folder to extract to.
Magellan CSR suggested I buy another computer.
Any other ideas?
This is obviously not GPS related but I am wondering if anybody is following this news. I work in the nuclear industry so I get a lot of information and need to pay some attention for work reasons.
It was midnight and in an unfamiliar town...but it is still hard for me to believe. Ron White has got it right: "You can't fix stupid."
"Three young women escaped a sinking SUV after a direction from a rental car GPS unit sent them down a boat launch and into the Mercer Slough early Wednesday.
Just when I thought they were getting worst.
Good reason to not leave GPS units visible in the vehicle.
Tiger Direct has the Garmin 1490T for $99.99 today only.
if not already there
the tailgating camera
story appearing in EWeek
This thread is to wish everyone in the POI-Factory that has a birthday in June "Happy Birthday & Many More"
This week we are recognizing Camping Rivopom.
This contributor is doing an outstanding job making sure that we are all ready to go camping this year.
Thanks for your dedication to these projects, they are very important to our community.
Essentially, Dave Ramsey's 'The Seven Baby Steps' are an ordered process of being debt free and then buying things after saving. http://www.daveramsey.com/new/baby-steps/
We're on Baby Step 2 (BS2) - pay off all debt (and we got alot). We changed our vacation plans for August 2011 to involve more driving and less other stuff and we're going to be relying on our Nuvi and its POIs even more.
Anyone here follow E3? If so what did you like about it the most? For those that don't know what E3 is: http://www.e3expo.com/
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