Has anybody else here heard the commercial advertisement for Jeep in which they are navigating to Grandma's house "...over the river and through the woods..."?
I like to visit one general overall news site daily to see what's happening in the world in terms of news, entertainment, technology, etc., etc. For many years now, I've been reasonably happy using msn.com.
Lest We Forget
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In a study that ran from March 2016 to March 2017, researchers from Google, the University of California, Berkeley and the International Computer Science Institute discovered that data breaches were the No. 1 way to steal users’ account credentials. Far behind them were phishing and keyloggers.
Damage Caused By Stolen Credentials
Artificial intelligence could sideline and “destroy” its human creators if engineers cannot get a grip on the ethics behind it, Stephen Hawking has warned.
Speaking at the Web Summit in Lisbon, the theoretical physicist said AI has the potential to be the best or worst thing humanity has ever seen and the scary reality is we just don’t know which yet.
Migration watch: In October, Microsoft's most popular OS continued to be Windows 7; it powered 51.4% of all Windows machines. Meanwhile, Windows 10 ran 32.8% of Windows PCs.
Windows 7 surrendered a few more users last month as its share of the overall Windows universe slipped a bit closer to 50%.
If anyone is in the market for a new printer, a friend of mine told me of one a while back and I finally picked one up last week. The one I picked up is the Epson ET-3750. While this particular one may not be for everyone, the ET series in particular is what's interesting. It is an inkjet BUT it doesn't use ink cartridges. It actually has ink wells.
I was at a Walmart this weekend and noticed a Popular Mechanics Smart Car Charger on display. I gather that it works with an app on your Smart phone to geotag where you park your vehicle when you disconnect the power cord. I am curious if anybody here has tried this yet.
We received a member nomination for Contributor of the Week this week;
“The member Asallwey should be considered for the COW award. He has been setting up his Nuvi 2699 and a result he has posted questions that have resulted in some good topic discussions. Asallwey follows through on the topics and is reporting his progress on his achievements also is adding his own input.”
Only 48 days left till Christmas. Is everyone ready, and who's counting?
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.
Onboard Computers and Sensors Could Stop the Next Car-Based Attack
Much of the necessary technology already exists
The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research.The Conversation
Verizon was one of several giant ISPs that paid lobbied the GOP and Trump administration to gut consumer broadband privacy rules earlier this year.
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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 have Windows 10 on my laptop and Win10 comes with a calendar. I've just this past week started using the calendar. Well, a couple of days ago I opened it in the morning and found that someone (Microsoft, Google, who knows) had filled in the day of each month that my wife and I will receive our Social Security checks.
This week we’re recognizing KenSny!
KenSny’s been with us for 4 years.
This week we’re recognizing him for his help in the Android 7.1.1 discussion.
Thanks for your contributions, KenSny!
Surly this has been covered but I'm new to the forum. Heck I'm new to GPS, Basecamp and I'm not great on computers. I've watched all Norwood's tutorials which are great by the way but I am having trouble converting csv files to gpx. I've downloaded GPS Babel in which one of two things happen. One, it says successful but then I can't find the new gpx file anywhere on my computer.
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