Opencaching Tipping Point

TweetThe phrase tipping point refers to the point in time when an idea spreads on its own, organically. It is the point where attitudes change and the general population starts to move in a new direction. A little over a year ago Garmin introduced opencaching.com. Since that time Garmin has offered promotions and incentives to […]

Is It Just a Game?

TweetSome people have said that I’m hyper, others have said that I’m aggressive, I don’t know if I’m either of those things but I do know that I’m easy going about geocaching. This cannot be said for some people. There are a few things that I might get excited about when it comes to geocaching, […]

Improved Geocache Navigator

Tweet Geocache Navigator is finally touch screen friendly.  Trimble has made that improvement and a few more to the latest release of Geocache Navigator.   I’ve been busy working on an upcoming geocaching event which has severely limited my available time for caching.  I was in Toronto this past week without my GPSr and decided to take […]

The End of Geocaching

TweetI am a little concerned that geocaching might be on the downward slide.   What makes me think this?  The length of online logs.   I’m noticing a trend in the logs I’m seeing towards shorter logs for new cachers.  I ran some numbers on a cache I just published and cachers with more than […]

Listing Sites Add Features

TweetThere is nothing static about the major listing sites.   Geocaching.com has released “Challenges” to a mixed reception.  Opencaching.com has introduced “find verification” but that requires a firmware update.    I’m not sure how either of these will make geocaching more fun. The “find verification” tools over at opencaching.com will no doubt be appealing to […]