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  1. My choices: A stumble A scamper A fracture A plunder A meander A wandering A triage A tracking A reception ::+::=::+::=::+::=::+::=::+::=::+::=::+::=::+::=::+::=::+::=::+::=::+:: Searching through the cave. Team VaxCave.
  2. Turtle... near the top of an individual cache page. It states where the cache is... example: In Pennsylvania, United States [state map] Hidden: 4/19/2003 Click where it says, "[state map]" Searching through the cave. Team VaxCave.
  3. quote:IIS is your problem. You read my mind Phark. Unfortunately the ASP on Apache module is pretty weak. I'm a MySQL and PHP guy myself, so I've been cringing when I see those .NET errors. I've been getting major errors when trying to download .LOC files for EasyGPS. Example: Server Error in '/' Application. The resource cannot be found. Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly. Requested Url: /waypoints/waypoints/default.aspx Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:1.1.4322.573; ASP.NET Version:1.1.4322.573 Searching through the cave. Team VaxCave.
  4. Yeah, I'm a Mac-head, but that is a terrible article. This person obviously didn't do much research on the subject. My wife is a writer and I know she spends hours if not days or weeks researching something before she even drafts an article. Other than planting the idea of geocaching in the minds of others, this is misleading publicity. ==================================== Searching through the cave. Team VaxCave.
  5. I've found about 2 dozen rusty finger nail files in caches around my area. Very odd and disconcerting. ==================================== Searching through the cave. Team VaxCave.
  6. I worked on a tool like this for my own personal use a while back. But after reading the terms of use for the site I backed off... "This website is for personal and non-commercial use. You may not modify, copy, excerpt, distribute, transmit, publish, license, create derivative works from, or sell any information, or services obtained from this website." (emphasis mine) I realize that it's not being sold, but 'creating derivitive works' is a serious issue when it comes to intellectual property law. I'm not trying to be a killjoy either. Just be aware. ==================================== Searching through the cave. Team VaxCave.
  7. RS232 is tech from the 70's. I still can't figure out why companies make products that use it. USB has been standard for 5+ years. I wanted to connect my eTrex Summit to my machine but I didn't have a cable for it. They wanted $20 for a serial cable. A serial cable for $20? That's madnesss. Then another $30 for the serial to USB adapter. Well, I used my serial to USB palm adapter, and made the serial cable from scratch. Not pretty but it works like a charm. Find a shot of the semi-finished product below. ==================================== Searching through the cave. Team VaxCave.
  8. I just took my wife to two caches that I have been to before. Of course, I let her actually use the GPS and find them, but it counted as a 'revisit' since we log as the same person on the site. I'll be placing a note to say that I was back, but not as a find. TNLN. ==================================== Searching through the cave. Team VaxCave.
  9. We try to leave RAM Keychains that we make. But our supply of old 1Mb ramsticks is running low. ==================================== Searching through the cave. Team VaxCave.
  10. That's the info I was looking for. Thanks. I'm looking forward to meeting you guys out at the event. See you on the 26th.
  11. If I get a TB, and it has a mission of going to a certain place, what do I do once I get it there? Just place it in any cache in the mission area? Or do I hold onto it since it has completed its mission?
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