Is Garmin Looking After Your Rights?

TweetGarmin’s latest ad for opencaching.com is turning up the rhetoric.  This might be a nice ad but I think Garmin is missing the point.   Quality caches are the best way to attract users.  Here is the ad as it appeared in the latest issue of Outside magazine. Garmin continues to attack Groundspeak on the […]

Garmin Coins a New Pathtag

TweetAs many geocachers know geocoins are popular items for discovery and trade.  When opencaching.com lauched it seemed like a bit of a miss that they did not have this functionality.  It probably made sense to Garmin to leave this functionality out as there focus was on maximizing the value of their devices.  It makes more […]

Opencaching.com Continues to Improve

TweetThe folks over at Garmin have not been idle.  It was announced yesterday that you can now edit your logs on opencaching.com.   Now you can delete and edit your logs.  This is a much needed improvement.  I contacted Garmin last year and asked how I could delete my logs and was told that I […]

Garmin Strikes Back and Misses

TweetOkay so the gloves are off. Groundspeak had much fan fair about the launch of recent updates to the geocaching.com website. On the same day as the update Garmin announces that opencaching.com has an official peer review process.  The timing cannot be coincidental. This is a major victory for Groundspeak.  Supporters of geocaching.com have insisted […]

No Response from Opencaching.com Support

TweetGarmin launched Opencaching.com on December 7th.  I’m a curious guy and like a lot of people I uploaded my finds to see how that would work.   It was really easy to upload my finds but it’s impossible to delete or edit them.  I sent a message to the opencaching support email at 20:19 on […]