March 24, 2009
No, I’m not talking about looking for a geocache in a fallen tree. Rather, I’m talking about one of the new features in CacheStats 3.0, the ability to search your logs, cache names, or cache descriptions for a particular word or phrase. This is handy when you’re trying to look up a specific geocache but can only remember part of the name or a few details about the cache such as the name of the park it was hidden in. But searching for text in your logs can be kind of fun and may reveal interesting facts about your geocaching adventures. Here are some of the things that I found interesting to search for...
March 16, 2009
CacheStats 3.0 is now available. Major changes include a grouping feature where you can group your found caches by specific categories (e.g. by owner or by difficulty), a news page which can display feeds from various geocaching blogs, including this one :-), search capability, and the ability to read the pocket query zip file directly. Here's the full list of new features:
February 22, 2009
Welcome to the CacheStats blog! I am the author of CacheStats which you are probably already familiar with, otherwise you wouldn't be reading this. In geocaching life, our family's team name is ABCDMCachers. I plan on using this blog to inform you of CacheStats features and new releases. But I also hope to add general interest articles about geocaching from time to time. We'll see how it goes. One of the new features of soon-to-be-released CacheStats 3.0 is that it can display articles from this blog as well as others. This will make it especially easy for me to keep you informed of new product releases since the announcements will show directly in CacheStats. Hope you enjoy reading - feel free to leave comments.