Nice to be here. Maybe a dramaless forum for once? I can only hope so.
A question though, would it be possible you could add a resource of all Six Questions segments from MW, even the archived ones? Went looking recently for your 'Six Questions with Duncan' segment on MW and couldn't find it. Maybe that was my fault, but it would be nice to have ALL of those segments available in one place for accessing topics and of great assistance considering all the great information that is in them for treasure hunting in general.
Hi Jenny. Didn't you used to have the link from the blogs to these forums at the top of the Blog's front page? It seems like the link is a little hidden down there at the bottom. (Same with your other links. I'm wondering if you could place a box near the top with those links in so people can see them?
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Jenny, another request, if you don't mind. Can you put another page number thing at the bottom of the threads? I'm a guy who forgets where he is quite often, and I forget there's a next page in a thread when I get to the bottom of a previous page unless I see there's more when I get there. Besides, then we don't have to scroll up to go to the next page.
Thanks for everything.
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Hi Buckeye Bob, I've looked for an option for that and there doesn't seem to be one. I would have to change code and would rather not do that because when updates happen, things don't always mesh. So I think it will have to be how it is.....unless I find a way. Which I will keep looking...and maybe send a request into proboards itself. thanks ~j
This is a geography resource section for both games and real hunts on the census.gov site that beats Google Earth in some ways (brief description follows):
TIGER = Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing TIGER products are spatial extracts from the Census Bureau's MAF/TIGER database, containing features such as roads, railroads, rivers, as well as legal and statistical geographic areas. The Census Bureau offers several file types and an online mapping application. Our products are: