This week we're recognizing a member of 7+ years who brings a great deal of expertise and talent to our community, especially with Apple products like Mac and iPhone.
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.
Jonathan (filling in for Angela this morning)
I accidentally deleted the column that contained (NOP). If someone has a recent gpx/csv file with that data in it would you please orward it to me.
Never Forget and God Bless all the Families who lost loved ones.
This week we’re recognizing, Jgermann!
A regular fixture in our community, this week he updated his FAQ,
INDEX To FAQs And Other Pages
as well as his Reference page,
A Glossary of Terms and Links
Happy Labor Day!
Guess what number 5 is?
Here's an interesting article:
Is GPS ruining our ability to navigate for ourselves?
I'm not sure about how much I agree with; e.g., have the GPS plan a route, study it at home, then drive to the destination without the GPS's help
This is the official POI Factory Joke thread.
It will be closed on the last day of the month and a new one will be opened.
Please read the forum rules before posting.
"POI Factory is not a forum for politically charged debate.
Let's avoid topics that already have a long list of Democrat or Republican talking points or that name specific politicians."
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.
This thread will be closed on the last day of the month and a new one will be opened.
This week we’re recognizing a whole herd!
charlesd45, jgermann, alandb, t923347, thurst461, canuk, Melaqueman all contributed in two separate threads to helping fellow members, cruisefor2 and WoodGarmin with their Garmin related issues.
Large 2016.1 JCV File For 1490LMT
I took one of my horses for a ride last night in the county park equestrian trails and I noticed new Emergency Location Markers. I have no experience with the United States National Grid format. I am sort of curious why they went with that format rather than another. I am sure I will find the answer when I have more time to review the websites on this topic.
Ontario is looking into setting up HOT Lanes. I've never used these in the US and don't know how the system works.
How do they determine you're in the lane and then bill you?
If it's a transponder, does one transponder work in all states?
If EZ Pass is used, does one EZ Pass work in all states?
Is EZ Pass proprietary to one company?
This week we are recognizing, bobkz!
Bobkz has been a member of POI Factory for nearly eight and a half years!
He participates in forums, has created icons and sound files and he’s the maintainer of Offbeat Tourist Attractions - US File which he recently updated adding 93 locations.
This week we are recognizing newcomer, Mlandon!
Mlandon posted a question a few weeks ago in our Garmin talk forum.
As per the custom of our helpful community, members shared their thoughts or experiences and offered suggestions.
Mlandon continued to follow the thread and responded to additional questions.
Before he had a solid solution he thanked everyone for their help.
If you have ever tried to create a website then you know with desktops, tablets and phones and the different OS's out there it can drive you nuts. Here is a site that will help you at least see what each device is displaying.
Although I disagree with the author's comment about leaving older technology batteries like NiCD on their chargers (that's what causes the misnamed "Memory Effect" which was actually the result of drying out the electrolyte by overcharging), the bulk of the article is on point, especially as it pertains to today's Lithium-ion batteries.
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