Nov 30, 2013
For 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:
The live video session from this Google+ Hangout On Air can be found on YouTube.