Is there a POI for the dolphin staues (Virginia Beach) and mermaid statues (Norfolk)?
This week we are recognizing deere478. Deere478 is a newcomer on the site who's jumped right in and adopted the Tractor Supply & Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches files, which were both in need of some love. He's also been busy posting in the forums this week and has been good about sharing his troubleshooting results with the community.
Welcome and thank you deere478!
Jonathan (aka JM)
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.
I currently use Mapsource for trip planning and routing. I read some time ago that has been phased out by Garmin. I am assuming that Basecamp is the replacement. I got Mapsource with a GPS that I purchased back in 2003 and I like the program. Is Basecamp a better replacement? Would it be to my advantage to switch to Basecamp now?
From the article:
According to a draft of the report obtained by Boomberg News, LightSquared's signals "caused harmful interference to majority [sic] of GPS receivers tested. No additional testing is required to confirm harmful interference exists."
I know that jump drives are pretty reasonable priced now and I am just wondering if anybody here has installed Garmin MapSource and/or Garmin Base Camp on a portable USB flash drive? I was thinking that when I travel, it might be handy to be able to just install that on a hotel computer if I just want to look at a map quick.
I spoke with a writer today who's working on a piece about GPS and digital maps. She'd like to speak with a few people who have interesting personal stories that she can use in her article.
If we're lucky, our community might get a little publicity as a result.
This week we are recognizing shrifty. In addition to being a helpful regular in the forums, he maintains a "shapely" collection of files that are particuarly popular with some of our guy visitors.
Thank you shrifty!
Here's a presentation given by the FAA on November 17, 2011 on the LightSquared issue:
Some summary comments from the June 2011 NPEF assessment:
Does anyone know, or can anyone tell me why Garmin decided to discontinue incorporating MP3 players, in their GPS units?
I uploaded the custom POI for Michaels Arts and Crafts. There was no bmp image for. I said "Let me try to make my own". So I googled images and found one of the Michaels sign. Opened with infaview. Made it about 22x24. Then loaded it in to the North America file and named it same as the POI.
I am sure we should have a lot of people from Florida here. What part of FL from if you don't mind I am asking?
This thread is to wish everyone Birthdays in Dec, "Happy Birthday and Many More"
November's Black Friday and Cyber Monday are past, so it's time to start a new holiday shopping thread.
Any great deals you find interesting are fair game. It's okay to go beyond GPS.
In danger of losing your windmill?
Maybe you can share with us the last place your GPS took you and if you encountered any problems, or if you use 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 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.
By including indoor spaces to the Android version of its Maps service, Google is positioning itself to take advantage of two concurrent trends: the spread of mobile communications and the increasing privatization of public space. After all, it can be just as hard to find the restroom in a mall as it is to find an address in an unfamiliar city.
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