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GeoRockers Offline
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Posted: Feb. 15 2004,6:58 am QUOTE

Hi All!

You can now edit your account information and other site preferences after you log in at http://my.navicache.com .

E-mail and password changes will carry across to your forum account as long as you have the same account name for the main site and the forums. :)


George


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A 1/1 via the trail around the hill?
Nah... that's too easy! áLet's go up and over!
Why follow a trail when we can blaze our own? :p

We *make* mountains out of mole hills!
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YardBoy Offline
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Posted: Feb. 15 2004,9:10 am QUOTE

Very nice!  And responsive to the user requests for up-to-date web features.

After failing the written test for NaviCache, I rebounded and was lucky enough to become an editor at a high traffic tech site with 70,000+ hits per day.  Earlier this week, I featured NaviCache on the tech site and a reader commented that GC was a "nicer website".  This is often a criticism of bells and whistles and it's great that NaviCache is moving up in class.  Let's thank George/GeoRocker for his coding and gently remind him of usability.  Personally, I'd re-vote for
1. worldwide mapping (we have many foreigners making an effort to post on NaviCache)
2. improved hitchiker tracking, some attractive way of keeping the traveler's story on NaviCache rather than having it jump sites and get lost.


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What's the difference between ignorance & apathy?
I don't know, nor do I care!
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GeoRockers Offline
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Posted: Feb. 16 2004,4:07 am QUOTE

Hi Yardboy,

Thanks for the reminder and the suggestions. :)


George


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A 1/1 via the trail around the hill?
Nah... that's too easy! áLet's go up and over!
Why follow a trail when we can blaze our own? :p

We *make* mountains out of mole hills!
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