This week we are recognizing, ajasaro!
Ajasaro has been a member of POI Factory for over eight years. He maintains many files, including the popular and recently updated, National Parks, Monuments, Preserves & Historical Parks file.
This is the place to talk about things that are not GPS related.
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France and the families of all who were affected by the events of Friday night.
I spotted this new little $99 PC in the news a couple weeks ago:
It's a tiny "desktop" PC that includes Windows 10 and is about the size of a large smartphone.
Seems to belong somewhere near the same neighborhood as a "stick PC" or maybe a Raspberry Pi; add your own display, keyboard and mouse.
Can anyone point me to any resources they found useful in explaining datums ? And/or a conversion utility between them ?
I have several years of data from the mid-90's that reference NAD27 as my hardcopy maps at the time were based on NAD27 and I setup the GPS (a Garmin 45XL) the same. These days I use WGS84 on the new units.
This week we’re recognizing Bayou Navigator, for his
GPS Hacking Concerns U.S. Navy Enough To Resume Teaching Celestial Nav? thread.
He actually started it the previous week, but I thought it provided an interesting forum discussion and I liked how he continued participate in the discussion after the original post.
I must have read somewhere (perhaps here) that the Here app has a speed alert option. I tried it with a setting of +6 where the speed limit is up to 50mph and a setting of +8 where the speed limit is above 50mph.
This week we are recognizing, mgarledge!
Mary has been a member of POI Factory for over six years!
Last week she was our top forum poster. She isn’t afraid to ask questions and engage with the community in problem solving issues or just exploring a variety of topics.
Thanks for all you do, Mary, we appreciate you!
After reading about the Russian plane that crashed in Egypt while on its way to St. Petersburg, Russia, I used Google Earth to look at the St. Petersburg airport. What am I seeing?
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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Let's avoid topics that already have a long list of Democrat or Republican talking points or that name specific politicians."
Hey Guys Names Jeff I am a Ghost Hunter with Grave Concerns Paranormal and New Mexico Paranormal . We need places to Investigate . If any of you know of any places we may be able to get access to legally, could you please me let me know .
our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or NMPA575@gmail.com
Anyone has a Prius and will share their top mileage per tank? Today I sat in one and saw 774 miles per tank!!!
The best I have is 549. How is that even possible to obtain 774. Anyone else came close to 700?
This week we are recognizing, Diesel!
Diesel has been a member of POI Factory for over 8 years.
He’s a frequent contributor to the forums and keeps us informed on the Garmin Express for Mac updates.
Thanks for all you do, Diesel!
It's not that important to me where they're made, provided they are made well.
However, there seems to be one exception--oil filters. Reason being they are important devices. My preference would be Germany, Japan, USA, in that order. The problem is many of them retain their German, Japanese, or American brand names, packaging, etc., and are produced now in other countries.
Microsoft, the developer of Mappoint (a good application) has produced Maps, a lousy application. There appears to be no way to import, create, edit, or delete custom POI's for this "application" and I use the word "application" lightly. You can import maps and use the application off line but without POI's (other than the limited ones by MS) it is a rather trivial application.
Following a 10 year hiatus, report says U.S Naval Academy again teaching how to navigate by the stars.
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