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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred thirty-seventh edition of the GeoGearHeads The Geocaching Doc joins us to talk about his YouTube Channel, vlogging, and his geocaching. He got his start vlogging through the "Im Not Being Pokey!!!" (GC2TPJJ) cache. After sharing his kit, [Team D]Benignsource asked for suggestions to get young, inspiring vloggers going. TheGCDoc highlighted "Magic LAB GEOCACHE," "GEOCACHING PRANK!," and "GEOCACHING Brotherhood" as his favorite videos.

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GeoGearHeadsdebaere returns to talk about geocaching while traveling with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 for the one-hundred thirty-sixth edition of the GeoGearHeads. EngPhil emailing with a correction about the way the Geocaching LIVE API limits work (referring back to show 134). Next was a question from onlysleepn about how debaere plans for things like DeLorme challenges while traveling with children and still finding time to see the sights. Urbandude23 submitted his question through the Live Q&A about the challenges of caching in different countries.
Update August 15, 2014; debaere posted some preparatory notes to his blog.

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GeoGearHeadsThe focus is on hosting a Mega-Event for the one-hundred thirty-fifth edition of the GeoGearHeads. Brawny Bear and Dane of Team AZMO talked with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 about their experiences with Geowoodstock XII and MOGA (mark your calendars for MOGA 2015GC511F1). BrawnyBear also shares a document (PDF, RTF, and Word 97) with some guidelines from his experience.
We also heard from several GeoGearHeads this time. iicydiamonds typed in about the "Crotches Kill" campaign against using devices in your lap. bilang emailed about many things, including the Amazon Basics AA LSD NiHM batteries he uses. EngPhil shared his thoughts and the reaction in the Geocaching.com forums to the changes in the emails from Geocaching.com. But nikcap was anxious to get some tips to help in hosting "MEtroGAthering" – GC56TP7.

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GeoGearHeadsIt's time for another Randomize show for the one-hundred thirty-fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads! The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 are joined by LANMonkey – on of The Bad Cop's co-hosts on Caching in the Northwest. Anteaus asked about tracking guardian portals in Ingress. Then brilang shared information about the emails from Geocaching.com and thoughts about using GLONASS. A voicemail from JerseyEric asks for feedback about the use of trackables by fellow GeoGearHeads. Wet_Coaster wonders about playing location-based games with non-participants. "Opencaching NA Diversifed Cacher Contest starts soon, shared by DudleyGrunt. Team_Pugatch called in looks for tips with get geocaches approved by the Reviewer. Anteaus also wanted to know a about Geocaching LIVE API limits, Pocket Queries, and GSAK. The articles "U.S. Tightens Security on Electronics at Overseas Airports" by NBC News and "GPS Windshield Mounts Illegal in over Half the U.S." by GPSTraklog were also discussed.

Congratulations to Team_Pugatch for submitting the winning answer for this week's question, and to Limax as the winner of the live drawing. Thanks to Project-GC.com for their donation of this week's gift!

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred thirty-third edition of the GeoGearHeads The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 look at the gear that got them (and some of the fellow GeoGearHeads) through Geocaching. Submissions by Anteaus, TheTowerOfSong, kristensson, Limax, and debaere kicked off the discussion. Several viewers also contributed through the Live Q&A feature.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred thirty-second edition of the GeoGearHeads subwaymark returned to share about his cruise through the Panama Canal. Wet_Coaster shared through the Live Q&A that he's attended an event hosted by a couple of crusing cachers (GC56G1C) and asked how common these event were. As is turns out subwaymark had hosted his own (GC4ZJD8) for this trip having met some Geocachers from his ship at that event. Darryl also shared that U.S. residents might look into registering their equipment with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection to avoid ownership questions.

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GeoGearHeadsdebaere returns for the one-hundred thirty-first edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk about Geocaching.com Trackables. He, along with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4, fielded comments and questions from Nighthawk700, iicydiamonds, NativTxn, scrapcat, and Wet_Coaster.

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GeoGearHeadsScott Berks joins TheBadCop and DarrylW4 for the one-hundred thirtieth edition of the GeoGearHeads. This Randomize shows covered a pile of questions and feedback from the GeoGearHeads audience. Kristensson shared a tip about translations while Nighthawk700 shared how to export a field notes text file from CacheSense. Brightblades asked about documenting cache finds and the panel raved about Evernote for that (and other) task (check GGHBeta09 for the episode about Evernote and caching). Billy Robson shared his success in transferring GPX files from an iOS device to an SD card for his GPSR using the AirStash and the iFiles app (also referencing a Pocketables article). DarrylW4 also caught an article about another possible option – "RAVPower RP-WD01 Wireless Filehub / Media Drive." TeamKross was hoping for help with issues on his Galaxy S4 and it's compass. Then back on iOS Brilang was looking for caching apps with driving directions. Good and bad news there. While the Geocaching apps don't provide driving directions, most (Geocaching, Geosphere, Looking4Cache Pro, Looking4Cache Lite, Caches, Geobucket) will send the waypoint to external apps. The guys did manage to get some articles in too; "These phones will survive the apocalypse," "New sensors will scoop up 'big data' on Chicago," "Google turns on its crazy modular phone in public for the first time," and "Google's insane all-seeing Project Tango tablet is coming to consumers next year."

Congratulations to jcoreyc for submitting the winning answer for this week's question. Thanks to Project-GC.com for their donation of this week's gift! The Going Caching Crew's gift pack goes to TFulton42. The stencils from Cache At Night were won by Kittykatch. Thanks to each of them for those prizes. Finally, thank you to Geocaching.com and Glympse for their prizes in the live drawing.

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GeoGearHeadsJohn Robb returns to talk about night caches again on the one-hundred twenty-ninth edition of the GeoGearHeads. He caches under the teamvoyagr name, is half of the duo behind CacheAtNight, and one of the team bring the "BFL Bootcamps" to the Toronto-area each fall (mark your calendar to attend November first this year). He's been on several past episodes with more information about caching after dark:

This time the took live questions from nativtxn, wanzong, and Wet_Coaster.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred twenty-eighth edition of the GeoGearHeads The Waysiders talk about their "Going Caching" Mega-events. This year's "Going Caching MMXIV" (GC4AHKM) event takes place on October 18th with several other events running the 15th through 19th. They recommended checking out GGH 123: Puzzles I for tips on solving puzzles.

The GeoGearHeads special coverage from their Geowoodstock XII trip is also available with nearly 2.5 hours of bonus audio.

Congratulations to Rosebud55112 for submitting the winning answer for this week's question. Thanks to GxProxy for their donation of this week's gift! Then the virtual Munzee Prize Pack when to Maryoooch.

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GeoGearHeadsRob of Munzee returns for the one-hundred twenty-seventh edition of the GeoGearHeads to discuss the changes since our last conversation. TheBadCop, DarrylW4, and NativTxn heard about the Munzee Hotel, Rover, Virtual Munzee Colors, Blast Capture, and FitBit integration. Rob also shared some coming plans and launched the Munzee Football Event. You can keep up with the developments at Munzee through the announcements page, "Munzee Podcast," and blog.

Congratulations to Starkacher for submitting the winning answer for this week's question. Thanks to Project-GC for their donation of this week's gift! The winner of the special GW12 coverage prize from GxProxy was BethanyInWonderland.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred twenty-sixth edition of the GeoGearHeads we talked with Darren Austin of Glympse.

Congratulations to Billy Robson for submitting the winning answer for this week's question. Thanks to Cache-Advance for their donation of this week's gifts! Then XpunkX & Julez, Brightblades, and Kristensson won prizes from OpenCaching North America. Finally, the winner of the special GW12 coverage prize from GxProxy was [Team D]Benignsource.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred twenty-fifth edition of the GeoGearHeads we're talking about OpenCaching North America with DudleyGrunt and NativTxn. All Geocachers might be interested in checking out their OCNA Blog, and those outside North America might check out the other nodes – Germany/Austria/Switzerland/Italy/Spain, Poland, Czech Republic, Norway/Sweden, The United Kingdom, and Romania (or the main portal at OpenCaching.EU). The smartphone apps currently available using the API are c:geo (Android), OpenCaching (Android), GeoCaching Buddy (Android), Columbus (Android), Geocaching Buddy (iOS), Me Caching Geo (Windows Phone), and OpenBasic (Windows Phone).

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GeoGearHeadsWe had a discussion of many topics for the one-hundred twenty-fourth edition of the GeoGearHeads. Special guest Walt Grogan joined The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 started with questions and feedback from the GeoGearHeads. The first one was a tip from brilang about the compass in iOS 7. juris1c asked about a method for getting a GPX file of Munzees, followed by Limax asking about a way to reduce overlap of Pocket Queries from Geocaching.com (the answers were to look at the tools in GSAK and Project-GC or using manually created route files). Last on the feedback train was a trip report from Phillyman who had issues with his GPSR and fell back to his smartphone as backup. Then came the articles and new releases, kicked off by an article on the Verge about the updated Moto G and new Moto E. Finally the panel talked a little about the changes to Ingress reported by Android Headlines and there's more information in INGRESS REPORT - EP5M.

Congratulations to juris1c for submitting the winning answer for this week's question, and to TSandCS for winning the live drawing. Thanks to GxProxy for their donation of this week's gifts!

If you're attending Geowoodstock XII please join us for breakfast at the Bike Stop Café from 8:00AM CDT. Check the events on Google+ or Facebook for more information.

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GeoGearHeadsJennifer (author of the "Geocaching Puzzle of the Day") from teamajk joins The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 for the one-hundred twenty-third edition of the GeoGearHeads to talk about puzzle caches. The Bad Cop and and teamajk mentioned the humorous "Puzzle Cache Public Service Announcement." Jennifer put together some additional information to help geocachers with puzzles.

Congratulations to Limax for submitting the winning answer for this week's question. Thanks to Cache-Advance for their donation of this week's gift!

If you're attending Geowoodstock XII please join us for breakfast at the Bike Stop Café from 8:00AM CDT. Check the events on Google+ or Facebook for more information.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred twenty-second edition of the GeoGearHeads we talk with the Creator of Project-GC. There's some great instruction about using features on their YouTube channel. Some of the features covered in this show were the Profile stats, Discover, Challenge Checker, Map Compare, and Map Coverage tools.

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GeoGearHeadsBrawny Bear joins us for the one-hundred twenty-first edition of the GeoGearHeads to discuss Geowoodstock XII. The main event (GC4BGXM) takes place May 24, 2014, 9AM to 5PM along side the "Missouri River Irish Festival" in Historic St. Charles. Many other events surround Geowoodstock and some of those are available on the "Event Schedule" page. In the local spirit of volunteering and giving (referenced in this article on the Huffington Post) the committee choose to support the Wounded Warrior Project this year. Brawny Bear also suggests people read "Mega Events: A Survival Guide" by debaere (especially if this is their first Mega-Event).

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Cacheline for Tuesday, April 22, 2014 reports on Groundspeak's new Giga-Event type.

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GeoGearHeadsnativtxn joined The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 to talk about tools for Geocacher collaboration for the one-hundred twentieth edition of the GeoGearHeads. Some of the tools mentioned were:

Brightblades and Wet_Coaster also wrote in with questions and feedback this week.

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GeoGearHeadsdebaere returns with talk with The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 for the one-hundred nineteenth edition of the GeoGearHeads to tackle several subjects. Golfer89 emailed about contacting Geocachers through Geocaching.com with accounts that haven't been validated. DuneBuddy asked about caching without a data connection. debaere shared his experience with the Garmin Monterra which he reviewed on his blog. He also shared a fact about GPS from Gizmodo. They then talked about CNet's "Meet the next-gen USB cable that could sweep away all others" article and the promise of the new cable format. Wet_Coaster also asked a couple questions; one about printed maps and the other about supplies carried when caching. They wrapped about with a little tidbit about "GEOCACHE" being added to Scrabble.

Thanks to the eight GeoGearHeads who pledged in our Patreon campaign to keep these shows coming. Your small financial contribution each month (along with those from other Patrons) helps us keep the lights on and can earn you some bonus material and even swag. Patrons can visit our Patreon for the bonus material recorded after this week's show.

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GeoGearHeadsDr. Everett L Braun and Dr. Nicolas E. Where join us for the one-hundred eighteenth edition of the GeoGearHeads to discuss the implications of time travel and geocaching. Our thanks go to BananaForce for inspiring this feature and to NativTxn and Wet_Coaster for their feedback through the Live Q&A.

Thanks to the five GeoGearHeads who pledged in our Patreon campaign to keep these shows coming. Your small financial contribution each month (along with those from other Patrons) helps us keep the lights on and can earn you some bonus material and even swag.

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GeoGearHeadsPeanuts or Pretzels (of the Peanuts or Pretzels blog) talk about their geocaching adventures for the one-hundred seventeenth edition of the GeoGearHeads. billy robson asked about tools to translate cache pages. Some of the options the panel found were "Google Translate" (and their Android and iOS apps) "Bing," "SysTran" (and their iOS App), "iTranslate" (for Android and iOS, plus their "iTranslate Voice 2" for iOS), "SayHi Translate," "Word Lens." After that our guests talked about their early geocaching experiences using free WiFi to load up information on their iPhone during their visit to Edinburgh. They also talked about geocaching and navigating using their Oregon 650t on the Yucatan Peninsula. They also talked about their favorite Geocaching adventure in Angkor Wat and their short visit to Seattle during a layover.

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GeoGearHeadsFor the one-hundred sixteenth edition of the GeoGearHeads we revisit the subject of batteries (see Beta.01 and Beta.02 for the first two). The Bad Cop and DarrylW4 started with some information about Heavy Duty, Alkaline, Lithium, NiCd, NiMH, and LSD NiMH AA and AAA batteries. Then they looked at a question from Wet_Coaster about NiMH performance in cold weather. There were a couple of resources from Panasonic and a PDF by Boguslaw Pierozynski with some helpful information. LANMonkey also asked about the life and charging of NiHM batteries. They then tackled the rechargeable batteries for mobile devices – LiOn, LiPo, and Lead-Acid. Some helpful tips were shared from Lifehacker and more information is available from Battery University. They wrapped the show up talking a little about fuel cells and the Brunton Hydrogen Reactor.

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GeoGearHeadsFor 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!

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