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In line with the other thread about surprising satellite photos, here is a series of some of the Craziest Google Street Views: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/11/15/google-street-view-...
This week we are recognizing Not2Bright and Juggernaut as our contributors of the week.
Not2Bright, This week you proved that you were not 2 bright in picking out your name:P It has been great to read all of your posts this week. Thanks for all the help on the forums, especially the problem solving that you did with Turbocc.
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
need a poi file for branson, missouri tourist attractions, thanks for any help..
Have a great....peaceful and laid back week-end..do something new and exciting !
I wonder how long until this happens in the U.S. ?
The Dutch government said Friday it wants to introduce a "green" road tax by the kilometre from 2012 aimed at cutting carbon dioxide emissions by 10 percent and halving congestion.
Me: I'm heading to the northeast, first to Boston to visit some friends, and then to NJ and CT to see my sisters. One of them was just diagnosed with cancer. It is thought to be the least aggressive type, and said not to have metastasized yet. So, I'm more thankful than ever.
A lot of driving, but... have GPS, will travel.
The Galileo satellite-navigation system is coming.
After all the wrangling, the delays and the furore over cost, Europe's version of GPS is finally starting to take shape.
An admittedly selfish request for Miss POI:
Thanksgiving will be celebrated in the United States two weeks from tomorrow (Thursday, November 26). Is there any possibility that the red light/speed camera files for that week could be released a day earlier, on Tuesday, November 24? The Krull family (us) will be starting our holiday road trip on Wednesday, November 25, and we (and perhaps others here) will not be able to download the "latest and greatest" if it is issued that day.
I am a new member in this forum. I have been using GPSs for a few years now. I have seen the progression of GPSs from expensive, basic navigation devices to having more and more features at fraction of the cost.
On behalf of my entire family, a most heartfelt thanks to those who served and serve our country and to every one of their family members and friends who shared in that amazing dedication!
So I was in London England several years ago and was aware that the London Taxi drivers hold onto something they call "The Knowledge". In order to get a taxi license they need a complete working knowledge of all the roads in and around greater London. So here is my question. Does anybody know if that is still true or have GPS's replaced this long standing tradition?
This week we are recognizing Fbrace & Shvlhead as our contributors of the week.
Fbrace, this week you sent in a collection of icons for the Vegas Casino's file: http://www.poi-factory.com/node/25842 Great job!!!
Shvlhead, You sent in 11 icons for me to post. I have not had a chance to get them published yet but I wanted to recognize you for your outstanding contribution.
GPS receivers and deodorizers are obstructions to vision. Tickets are being issued.
Just came back from Aruba and driving around is great. It is easy, every law is broken without any tickets being given etc. You cannot get lost, but there are few cars compared to our cities. Oh well, it was fun while it lasted,
Interesting article about navigation apps for cell phones.
After $100 off costco.com is offering the Nuvi 755T for $199, with lifetime traffic.
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