Jan 30, 2016
The Bad Cop, and
DarrylW4 discuss several topics on the two hundred thirteenth
edition of the GeoGearHeads. The Geocaching Vlogger opened by
telling us a little about the Houma Travel
GeoTour. Next was a correction from brilang about
switching from HTML to Markdown. Darryl recommended the
reference by Graham
King for those wanting to learn more about Markdown.
Tanjent emailed about GGH212 – he
DarrylW4's profile, checked a few of the
Jewocaching Day logs, and his
longest log for comparison to the copy-and-paste logs (one
another) he took issue with in that show. Limax called in a
logging story about his experience at "Hydration Station" (GCG7AR). Mark of Oh Beep!
shared in the Live Q&A about their "That Donkey Looks A Bit Pony"
(GC658F7) cache which uses
a Periscope video posted to YouTube as the hint. Tentmantent
wrote in response to GGH209 and his
desire for Geocaching.com to include a found/discovered note at the
top of the trackable page like they do for geocaches. Limax also left a
voicemail about that show and his trackable experiences. Through
the Live Q&A Wet_Coaster
reminded us about the trackable Ontario,
Canada License Plates. Then on trackable etiquette, Sherminator18
wrote about her experience with a Cacher and premature logging. On
a happier note,
BMars7391 emailed a link to the
log from a Cacher who found the traveller in a thrift store.
Pugatch emailed about "Track
Kit" for iOS which records tracks from iPhones and iPads along
with offline maps. Darryl shared the GPS World article "First
GPS III satellite completes critical test."
Congratulations to Sherminator18 for submitting the winning response for the live question. Thanks to GxProxy.com for their donation of this week's gifts!
The live video session from this Google+ Hangout On Air can be found on YouTube.