Sat, 15 March 2014
For the one-hundred fifteenth edition of the GeoGearHeads debaere and StevensAdInfinitum join DarrylW4 to discuss many subjects. We returned to the conversation about "GGH 109: GPSR Loads I" via an email from Wet_Coaster. We also heard from CP590 about the "Soup, Bread and Caching Love Stories the 6th Year" (GC4X6XE) and the permanent "Share the Love: Laboratory" (GC4Z47R) placed as a result. The last bit of email came from Martin asking about the Garmin GLO and GNS 2000. The Bad Cop also left us an article about rescuing a wet phone. He would have been excited to discus Google's conference on the Aura platform this April. Another important topic came to us from the Verge – "California court says drivers can read maps on their phones." The panel also talked about some of the new products released around this year's Mobile World Congress:
Perhaps the most interesting and most geeky story came from The Atlantic – "Where Time Comes From" – it's recommended viewing and reading for all tech geeks!