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GeoGearHeadsGeocaching with multiple devices is the topic for the one-hundred fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads. The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 start with some feedback emailed by Murfster who recommends carrying the brochures from Geocaching.com in the native language of your travel destination. [Team D]Benignsource and TeamBuxton also shared their multi-device usage through social networks. Some related shows with more information are;



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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred third edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 tackle a variety of subjects. Two_Drews emailed audio feedback. wolrab shared a Road Caching story about "Nicosia V, Ochi" (GC1G71C). neonride93 emailed about the future of Waymarking. The last feedback was emailed by murfster. Next up was an article from The Verge about cellphone unlocking in the U.S. Then it was on to the Bad Elf GPS for Lightning Connector. The Verge also posted an article about Google's location gaming platform. Meanwhile users can now add their own streetview images and add Google Maps to their website. BioLite's thermoelectric fire pit was next, then finally the PowerPot X project on Kickstarter gives owners the chance to charge their devices while cooking.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred second edition of the GeoGearHeads we're joined by Ricky Briganti of "Inside the Magic" to talk a little about the various location games within the Disney Parks. Nighthawk700 and JerseyEric shared some of their experiences before we moved into the "Agent P's World Showcase Adventure" (formerly the "Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure"). Other games mentioned were the "A Pirate's Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas," "Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom," "Fantasyland: Break The Curse," and "Menehune Adventure Trail."

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GeoGearHeadsItMustBeJames and hokiecachers join in for the one-hundred first edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk about their geocaching on business trips. subwaymark and WoodenRadio pitched in with their travel caching – including a story about "Thing Sites: Thingvellir Lögberg" (GC3W68R). Thanks to Nighthawk700 for connecting us with ItMustBeJames and hokiecachers, and for his questions (most of which we didn't have time to ask these guests).

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundredth edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 handle a packed agenda of random topics. First was feedback from [Team D]Benignsource (through his blog post), subwaymark, KristaWalks, Nighthawk700, CodeJunkie (through his post on a regional forum), wolrab (through his blog post), and BananaForce about their promotion of the GeoGearHeads. Next was the announcement of the "2013 GeoGearHead Audience Survey," where one lucky entry by the end of the year will receive a Magellan eXplorist GC (listen to the show for more information). "Giz" called in about a premium activity at the Greenbrier Resort which lead into discussion of Geoteaming. ds8300 contacted DarrylW4 about getting a GeoGearHeads Show unique. Geosphere 3.1 was the next item on the agenda. Then The Bad Cop got into the modular phones with the announcements from Motorola and ZTE. They also talked a little about GPS Tracklog's First looks at the Android-based Garmin Monterra. Next was articles about new mobile devices – "The Verge: Spec Sheet: Motorola shakes up low-cost smartphones with the Moto G" and "Android Central: Tegra Note 7 review." Some more information about T-Mobile's 200MB of free data for tablets came out. Engadget and The Vergewrote about a Google Glass Explorer who received a ticket for wearing Glass while she was driving. Finally was some discussion about the rule changes to flights in the U.S. and the E.U. allowing personal electronics in all stages of flights. Here are some links to articles on The Verge for more information:



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GeoGearHeadsBloodHoundsGeoCache are the guest for the ninety-ninth edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk about 3D Printing and Geocaching. They've set-up a little business printing 3D Cache containers as well as signature and trackable items under the name BH3DCaches. We also heard from YRAFT and iHam (with his blog post) about how they've been spreading the word on the GeoGearHeads shows.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the ninety-eighth edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 discuss geocaching and space. This discussion was prompted by the "Geocaching in Space" events and hype from Groundspeak marking the return of Geocaching to space (Rick Mastracchio carried "International Space Station Travel Bug II by the 5th Grade Class of Chase Elementary School-Waterbury, CT" to the International Space Station). The Bad Cop attended the "Geocaching in Space - A Geocaching HQ Event!" event at the Pacific Science Center, hosted by Geocaching HQ. The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 talked about ways for civilians to get into space through Virgin Galactic, Novaspace, XCOR Aerospace, Armadillo Aerospace, and World View Enterprises. None of those options will get you to the "International Space Station" (GC1BE91) cache, and only seven civilians have flown to the ISS. There are geocaches and traveler here on Earth that have been to space. On GGH Beta.27: Orbiting Cache I we spoke with e6c about his caches launched into space – "PINELAND: Sputnik 2010: A Geocache Odyssey" (GC2JPJJ) and "PINELAND: LEIF MMXII: Geocache From Space!!" (GC3P578) – and some travelers (including our own Cache-A-Maniacs in Space!). Also mentioned was Gogo's partnership with Glympse for in-air location sharing and Gogo Text & Talk.

Thanks to Listener "Giz" for his voicemail on how he promoted the GeoGearHeads.

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GeoGearHeadsThe Bad Cop and DarrylW4 revisit geocaching with a smartphone for the ninety-seventh edition of the GeoGearHeads. Smartphone geocaching was last featured during "GGH Beta.13." They tackled feedback, tips, and questions from iHam, JerseyEric, and Wet_Coaster. For iHam, look for the new epsiodes of "Caching In The NorthWest" each week. Wet_Coaster might be interested in the Trimble Juno T41 Family and Trimble Juno 5smartphones built for GIS. The list of some geocaching apps was also updated from that last show;



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GeoGearHeadsFor the ninety-sixth edition of the GeoGearHeads Robert Lipe returns to talk about geocaching during business trips. (He was previously on GGH Beta.30 and CAM229.) He shared a story about needed seven stitches during one of his business trips. We also heard from Astronut who called in about his geocaching while on business trips.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the ninety-fifth edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 tackle a range of topics (mostly from the audience). The new GeoGearHeads YouTube channel was the topic before we started on the meat of the show. Please head over to subscribe and check out all the old shows. First was feedback from scrapcat about her blog post from last week's show with our tip for getting the degree symbol (°) on iOS. Next was a follow-up by f1drivr about his question from GGH090. We pointed him to the "Report a Map Error" link from Garmin. wanzong emailed about a couple topics – information on filtering logs on Geocaching.com and questions about WallaBee workflows. [Team D]Benignsource connected through Google+ about a question he saw on CacheFace. We went through the hardware (WAHOO KEY, Lightning to 30-pin Adapter, PROTKT BIKE MOUNT & CASE FOR IPHONE 5/5S), software (GeoBeacon), and a live demo of using a Garmin Chirp with an iOS device. Sh@rpey asked via Google+ about shows for caching with an Android smartphone or iPhone. Check out "GGH Beta.13: Smartphone Caching I," "GGH Beta.17: Android Apps I," "GGH 056: NeonGeo," and "GGH 070: Geosphere 3 Tips & Tricks" as some good starting points, but there were several other shows with good information for smartphone caching. The Upgrades to Intercaching (featured on GGH075) were mentioned before moving on. Rich Owings's excellent "Good satellite days and bad satellite days" article was the subject of conversation for several minutes and a good, quick read for geolocation users. Next was a brief conversation about the new Garmin tactix GPS watch. Finally they suggested those interested in smartwatches check the "Fragments of time: the wild, messy state of smartwatches" article from the Verge.

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GeoGearHeadsThe Bad Cop and DarrylW4 take on methods to get good coordinates for the ninety-fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads. The show kicked off with a question from JerseyEric about adding waypoints in the Official Geocaching app, CacheSense for Android, c:geo, NeonGeo, Geobucket, Geosphere, and Looking4Cache. Then we heard from StevensAdInfinitum and Nighthawk700 about how they get their coordinates for geocaches. Articles from Garmin and Trail Tech on waypoint averaging were mentioned. Groundspeak's article "1.2. Convert Decimal Coordinates to DDD MM.MMM" was also used as a good reference about conversion of expressing the values.

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GeoGearHeadsPodcast Observer and Participant Rob Walch joins us on the ninety-third edition of the GeoGearHeads. Through his work on "Podcast411," "Today in iPhone," and at LibSyn he's been involved in Podcasting since its early days. (More background and the history of podcasting is available through Wikipedia.) Darryl ran through a list of when some of the notable podcasts on Geocaching began (including the late "CacheCast" show by pdantic – interviewed on CAM105 – which has since podfaded and slightly most recent SLAGA by konopapw – interviewed on CAM019– which was retired many years ago), but also the current list of English-based shows:

sseegars also shared that the first podcasts to which he subscribed were the "Home Town Tales" and "Nocturnal." For Geocachers looking to get into podcast creation Rob recommends the bossjock studio iOS app and iRig MIC Cast as an ease mobile solution. He's also setup "Podcasting How To" information on his Podcast411 site, including a PDF for those looking to record through Skype. He also recommends his "Podcast411" and the LibSyn "The Feed" shows for people interested in creation of podcasts.

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GeoGearHeadsJohn Robb (of Cache At Night who caches under teamvoyagr) returned on the ninety-second edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk about Night Caches. He's also one of the hosts of the upcoming "BFL Boot Camp Illumin8" (GC420YB) event November 9th in the Toronto, Canada area. One of his favorite laser-based night hides was "BFL VI - ...in a galaxy far, far away" (GC35FHF) by The Cacheketeerz. His company now offers the "Light Loci" and "Laser Loci" (with a limited time discount on the "Laser Loci" for GeoGearHead Viewers/Listeners) for creating the night cache stages without building your own electronics.

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GeoGearHeadsNoted Geocaching Event Host Monkeybrad talks to us about his Halloween Events for the ninety-first edition of the GeoGearHeads. This year's events are "8th Annual Loyal Order of the Sleepless Knights" (GC4MN75) and "11th Annual Haunted Halloween Caching Evening" (GC4MN7M). Their previous events include:

For more on Monkeybrad check his 2007 interview on "CAM Ep. 055: Monkeybrad."

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GeoGearHeadsThe Bad Cop and DarrylW4 tackle a seeming complete random series of topics on the ninetieth edition of the GeoGearHeads. The show kicked off with feedback from both DudleyGrunt and Ed2Ed about c:geo and it's use of the Geocaching.com Friends feature. Then the Bad Cop shared news from PhoneBloks about a modular smartphone system they'd like to create. Of course the iPhone 5S release had to be mentioned and the M7 processor and 64-bit A7 were the topics of interest to location-based Gamers. The Bad Cop also upgraded his iPhone 5 to iOS 7 while DarrylW4 recommended (and has been) waiting a couple weeks for the App updates to catchup. Some articles of note they mentioned were; "How to stop iOS 7 from destroying your iPhone's battery life" (from TUAW), "iOS 7 Locks Stolen iPhones to Prevent Resale" (from TidBits), and "Apple details security fixes in iOS 7. And there's a ton of them!" (from iMore). DarrylW4 brought up the release of a new memory card format – CFast (see also the Engadget Article). Wet_Coaster also mentioned the Sumsung Rubgy as an option for Geocachers and DarrylW4 mentioned a few others recently shipped (including the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, Kyocera Torque, Sony Experia Z1) he found encouraging. A question from f1drivr on Ingress triggered some discussion on the changes in the game (see Engadget's "Google's mobile MMO Ingress gets badges for monitoring player progress") and how its important to connect with fellow players. He also asked about Garmin map updates and using GPSFileDepot maps. JerseyEric asked about using the official Geocaching.com App for marking waypoints as well as other options (most of which will be talked about in the future "Getting Good Coords" show). Wet_Coaster asked in the Live Q&A about a GPSR with an emergency phone function. While neither the Bad Cop or DarrylW4 knew of a device doing both functions they suggested the SpareOne, Spot Messanger, or DeLorme InReach depending on needs. Finally Superted asked about getting a GSM SIM for use in the U.S. DarrylW4 recommended using the AT&T network as they have better coverage overall than the other large GSM carrier in the U.S. – T-Mobile – but not necessary to use AT&T itself. Two MVNOs offered as options were GoPhone and StraightTalk.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the eighty-ninth edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 discuss some of the tips and tricks posted to the entries in the "GeoGearHeads 2013 Traveler Race." We were excited to try out the new "Live Q&A" function for the first time during this recording with the assistance of f1drivr. The first of the traveler tips mentioned were from lafitefl's "Sea Cache Horsing Around" and "Cache Patrol" and a couple tips in their logs from gflyer. NoNameYet202 "GGH TB Race Technology Tag" was the next up along with bonus tip from EttaKrewe in its logs. 4freds's "QR-Code Travel Beetle" shared a tip seemingly learned from first-hand experience and a tip in the log from TheMoiety. globaltreckers mentioned GGH Beta.13 and the usage he learned about using NeonGeo (also check GGH056) on "email us plz if you grabbed thnx." Joe.small shared some tips on flashlights (check GGH066 for more on flashlights for Geocaching) on his "Shine a little light GGH 2013" traveler, which also picked up a tip from The Small Ball Crew in its logs. Minnesota Boy's travelers ("Goofy," "Rumpelstiltskin," and "US Flag History Geocoin") managed to collect the most tips on their logs including ones from gravitybear, cdnilpog, Jensentravels, and EvilRhino. Meanwhile debaere released a series of themed travelers into the race – "Top Gear(UK) - The Stig," "Top Gear(UK) - Jeremy Clarkson," "Top Gear(UK) - James May," "Top Gear(UK) - Richard Hammond" – each with its own tip. The "GeoGearHeads 2013 Evernote Racing Coin (II)," "GeoGearHeads 2013 QR Racing Coin (II)," and "GGH 2013 Race Traveling Tip Exchange" travelers from our own DarrylW4 received a little discussion again, but the add-on tip from scrapcat got more air time. Tips on those travelers from Poppa's Chick and peeknseekjr were also mentioned. "Doin' It Old School" by TeamOrville mentioned the "Log Them All" site. Finally for this week, Team Shiney's "Caching Friend" shared two more tips. Our thanks again to GXProxy.com for supplying many of the gifts for the participants!

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GeoGearHeadsThe Bad Cop and DarrylW4 tackle a variety of subjects on the eighty-eighth edition of the GeoGearHeads, the fifteenth installment of the Randomize show. juris1c wrote in wanting an iOS app to merge Geocaching, Munzee, and WallaBee notifications. Then we heard from TheWinterTrio who was hoping we knew something more about Geocaching.com's "Your Friends" feature (in short, no). Then the news that Microsoft killed their tags and the smartwatches out of IFA (Qualcomm Toq and Samsung Galaxy Gear) wrapped up the show. The "GeoGearHeads 2013 Traveler Race" is over, and we mentioned the three leaders in that race. Next week we're going over those tips.

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GeoGearHeadsQuadsinthemud (previously featured on CAMC008) joins The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 to talk about things they learned from the 2013 Geocaching Block Party on the eighty-seventh edition of the GeoGearHeads. The Bad Cop collected audio interviews with Bryan (Vice President/Co-Founder of Groundspeak) and fox-and-the-hound (noted designer Chris Mackey who works with GCProxy) while manning the booth in the Podcaster Studio. Bryan shared some insight into the Block Party and the HQ GeoTour. Fox-and-the-hound talked about his start in geocoins and experience with Moun10Bike, along with his day job at Aura Design Group.

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GeoGearHeadsJason Grubb of the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics joins us for the eighty-sixth edition of the GeoGearHeads. He shared some information about the organization and tips for Geocachers (available in this PDF) along with the GeocachingPolicy.org/ and Tread Lightly sites. Also mentioned was the Geocache Reference Cards they sell.

Note: Jason wrote that he misspoke when talking about the amount of material carried out of the Petrified Forest National Park. It should have been "3.4 million pounds," not tons.

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GeoGearHeadsBen Dodson (CEO of WallaBee) joins TheBadCop and DarrylW4 on the eighty-fifth edition of the GeoGearHeads. He shares some insight about the iOS location-based game including is history and future. Ben tackles some emails from juris1c, Superted, and wolrab before we start gifting the "GeoGearHeads Show" unique card to those who emailed during the live show. Listen to the show for instructions as to how you can get your own through the end of September 2013.

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GeoGearHeadsClayJar (last on GGH071) for the eighty-fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads. Among the many things discussed were coord checkers "Certitude," "Evince," "Geocheck," and "Geochecker."

Also mentioned was the price drop on the Sero 7 tablets and The Bad Cop's booth at the Geocaching Block Party 2013.

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GeoGearHeadsSocial MunzeeFor the eighty-third edition of the GeoGearHeads we talk with Rob of Team Munzee. The covered features of the new Munzee 2.0 app (highlights are available in a YouTube video).

Also mentioned was the ongoing GeoGearHeads 2013 Traveler Race.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the eighty-second edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 talk about a variety of subjects. This time it mostly covered Android tablets and wearable computing. Nighthawk700 shared his thoughts and experience with the Hisense Sero 7 Pro. The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 talked about the New Nexus 7 and Chromecast announced recently by Google. They moved on to wearables and the Pebble Watch.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the eighty-first edition of the GeoGearHeads we're joined again by Rich Owings of GPS Tracklog to talk about the current state of GPSRs. The panel talked about the Garmin Oregon 600 series, Garmin Monterra, Rand McNally Foris 850, and the Earl. They wrapped up with their current picks for Geocaching GPSRs;



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GeoGearHeadsFor the eightieth edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 discuss the Premium Member Features of Geocaching.com. Those include Instant Notifications, Pocket Queries, Caches Along a Route, Lists, Premium Caches, Stats, Advanced Maps, and improved Live API access.

Also mentioned was Google's closure of the (mentioned in GGH 078: Caches Along A Route I) and the release of Munzee 2.0 for iOS.

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