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    Default Making Geocachingmaine Even Better

    While monetary donations are always a plus for the site, there are other ways for members to contribute. More people would probably be willing to contribute if the site is more valuable to them. The site's content comes from it's members, not from some other entity.

    So my main focus here is the Articles section of the website. I know there and many talented members here who could contribute content for the articles that would be of value to the website.

    If you look at the articles, you will see they can just be more than just writing a story. I myself have posted Ammo can stickers, Geocachingmaine cards, and Maine cache stats among other things.

    So I'd like this thread to be for people to post ideas about what they think might make a good item to add, or for what people would like to see added to the site.
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    A PDF Geocaching coloring book for the younger cachers. A great example is at Geocacher University.

    GPS or other product reviews - Sure, there are many online, but people listen more to someone they know.

    Geocaching Software list and/or reviews
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    I think it's a great idea...although I'm too new to really participate I would love to reap the rewards of others involvement

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeserve View Post
    I think it's a great idea...although I'm too new to really participate I would love to reap the rewards of others involvement

    Actually, articles from a "new participants" point-of-view would be refreshing and very helpful to other new folks.

    I think some folks are intimidated by the veterans. I don't mean afraid of them personally, I mean afraid to ask what they percieve may be a "not so intelligent question." We all know that no question is dumb but I know how hard it can be to ask a question.
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    TRF couldn't be more right. Everyone can benefit from a different perspective.

    And, if you're the NASCAR fan your avatar portrays, there's always:
    Top 10 reasons Caching is better than NASCAR...
    If NASCAR drivers were cachers....

    Don't be afraid!
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    Oh I'm a nascar and local racing fan alright!!! Was that a dare??? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeserve View Post
    Oh I'm a nascar and local racing fan alright!!! Was that a dare??? lol
    If that's what it takes to get 'er done, then yes!
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    i'm a really newbie but I would like some help with all the TFTCs. Can we get a translator (I'm a mother of teens and am learning texting jargon too)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by balinda View Post
    i'm a really newbie but I would like some help with all the TFTCs. Can we get a translator (I'm a mother of teens and am learning texting jargon too)?

    Hehe,,,Click Here This should get you started
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    Quote Originally Posted by balinda View Post
    i'm a really newbie but I would like some help with all the TFTCs. Can we get a translator (I'm a mother of teens and am learning texting jargon too)?
    That's a great idea - we have someone ask now and then what all the Geocaching acronyms are. Anyone wanna volunteer?

    Welcome to the site, glad you decided to speak up.
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