Here's an informative article on the subject: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24392168/
Forewarned is forearmed!
I've used a U3 drive to keep my passwords for quite awhile now. I have founf that while traveling I can use anyones computer and have all my password accounts available from the U3 drive thus making it not necessary to type my passwords on anyone's computer, thus not having to worry about security.
A POI of all the studios would make it possible for entertainment industry professionals to navigate quickly and could be interesting for tourists too. I will supply the addresses.
Anyone interested in helping me make one?
has anybody got poi files of good campgrounds in sask canada that they would like to share or rv parking
has anybody ever used gps trackmaker and can it be used with a garmin 650 gps
I see where the Nuvi 760 is now available at Costco.com for $449
Looks like Europe is getting a new GPS system. The last paragraph gives a good explanation of EGNOS.
The new wave for GPSr's will be the ability to track the unit. Will come in handy for those stolen units.
Shortly after I got my Nuvi 350, it stopped talking. I have tried changing settings, going back to default settings, etc. Nothing seems to bring her back! I bought it from Walmart.com online. Do I have any recourse with Garmin or Walmart?
after you pay the $129.00 for a life time member, is the traffic & etc free.
I would just like to know if these poi's will work for the PPC versions of the GPS software.
Just a little curious as to why the total never seems to change even though the red light locations are updated each week? It's been 298 for a long time.
"Washington, DC / Baltimore, MD Area (298)" Thanks
I am going to purchase the Europe maps and not sure which is a better choice. On the one hand, The DVD can be used to install as few or many countries as you wish. , on the other hand, with the Data Card it can only be used as is and not transferred to your GPS. The DVD also required an unlock code.
This is the place to talk about things that are not gps related, you can discuss whatever you would like, as long as it is clean. Remember we have families that have their children involved in the GPS fun and we don't want to make parents feel uncomfortable when their children ask what that word means.
This thread will be closed on Monday and a new one will be opened.
This week we are recognizing Thrak, Ajfl1958 and ScottK.
Thrak, I have enjoyed reading your posts this week, you are helpful and very nice. You have been with us for 35 weeks and this week you have really impressed me with the amount of participation you have done in the forums. You are a great guy to have around.
Reading all the posts I think we need spell check at the POI Factory..including help for me....LOL
Is there a way to tell if the new 2009 maps include road information for my area? I would like to see if there is a new road in my area (finished 2 years ago) or would I waste my money only to find out it is not there...... Thank you
when purchasing a map update ,is that a complete update of hotels ,gas stations ,etc..etc...etc...,or is it simply what it says ,A MAP UPDATE ???
I just got my "Ham" License (Amateur Radio) and I wonder if there is enough interest to try locating VHF/UHF Open repeaters??
Sort of a handy thing, but if your radio is on, you're probably gonna know there either is or isn't one nearby.
Just a thought!
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