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This week we're recognizing charlesd45.
Charlesd45 is a long time member who's earned a solid reputation for being a helpful person in our discussion forums. He's quick to respond, and he does a good job of pointing users to existing resources on the site. He also maintains several popular POI files, including Cracker Barrel.
Thank you charlesd45!
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.
Has anyone tried this web site out and installed to your gps It is pretty neat http://www.trapster.com/
I'm confused concerning the most appropriate method for adding additional maps to an SD card since my Nuvi 650 is out-of-space. I successfully did a limited update for the east coast, but I am now looking into installing the rest of the US and Canada onto the SD card.
How to do this is covered in the following post:
My question goes beyond the post.
I have a speed alert sound on the unit. Do I need to reset the entire unit to delete the function? A Garmin Aera
The location of every identifiable place mentioned in the Bible.
I wonder when this is going to apply to GPS use too!
This is cool:
is history, according to this article, they are now defunct.
Can't say I'm sorry but I am surprised, I really didn't think the FCC would stop them.
This week we're recognizing Twix!
Twix is active in our member forums and has been helping us keep up with some of the Chicago area Red Light Cameras.
To the best of my knowledge she has yet to be recognised for her contributions to this site.
So thank you Twix, I hope you enjoy your first COW award!
There was an article in "Roundel" in October 2011 that pointed out that:
It looks like the demise of stand-alone GPSs is a little premature. AT&T, T-Moble as well as others are starting to take action to reduce their network data loads.
So don't throw away your old GPS just yet, it might end up being the only usable navigation device you have left.
As most of us are moving away from our desktop/laptop and using more and more smartphones/tablets, I'm wondering, if poi factory has anything in the works to create such an app?
This is great site for information on how to use and load Custom POI. I was reading a lot of post and they were a great help in loading my Custom POI. Comments on using manual setting was a great help. All the people on this sight are helpful and interested in helping solve your problem. Thanks for all your help.
Just seen the app for OnLive out for I pad and coming for Android. Get the Windows 7 experience for your tablet. http://gigaom.com/apple/hands-on-with-onlive-desktop-windows...
The FBI released its Steve Jobs file on Thursday
Congress passes bill giving the FAA $11 billion to get off radar, onto GPS
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