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The latest news and commentary from Geocaching HQ

Latest Episodes

Episode 31: Jen Smith, Front End Developer Lead

Jen Smith began her Geocaching HQ career as an intern more than 13 years ago. Since then, she has worked on a lot of big projects – from Wherigo to the new Adventure Lab app. In this episode, we hear about what it means to be a Front End Developer Lead at HQ. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is here.

21 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 31: Jen Smith, Front End Developer Lead

Episode 30: GIFF 2019

It’s almost time for GIFF, the Geocaching International Film Festival! GIFF events are scheduled for November 7-17, 2019. HQ’s Sven Otto is here to tell us what to expect this year. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is here.

20 MINOCT 12
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Episode 30: GIFF 2019

Episode 29: Lists

For the past several months, we’ve been hard at work improving the entire Lists experience on Geocaching.com. Aiming to make Lists not only more useful, but also easier and more enjoyable, we have completed an overhaul that we think you will love! We recently began deploying this new Lists experience. It will slowly roll out to geocachers over a period up to 8 weeks. You may see the new Lists experience today or you might not see it until the release is fully rolled out in late October. In this episode, senior product manager Brendan Walsh offers an overview of the Lists improvements. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is here. Plus, find the release notes in the Geocaching Forums.

19 MINSEP 24
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Episode 29: Lists

Episode 28: Allison Kelsey, HQ’s Director of Product

In this episode, we meet Geocaching HQ’s Director of Product, Allison Kelsey. Allisontalks about HQ’s Product Team and how they contribute to the tools that power your geocaching adventures! You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is here.

27 MINAUG 27
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Episode 28: Allison Kelsey, HQ’s Director of Product

Episode 27: Is it legal?

Geocaching is mostly fun and games, but there are still issues that require the eyes of a legal eagle. Geocaching HQ’s VP of Legal & Business Affairs, Jennifer Arterburn, works on a wide range of topics, including privacy policies, Terms of Use, trademark issues, and more. Mystery at the Museum fans will also recognize her as HQ TV’s lead anchor! You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is available here.

15 MINAUG 1
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Episode 27: Is it legal?

Episode 26: Mystery at the Museum, 20th anniversary, and more!

With Mystery at the Museum coming in July, we chatted with Brigitte from Geocaching HQ’s Marketing team to get the lowdown. Plus, Cindy Potter, HQ’s Director of Community, stops by to talk about plans for next year’s Geocaching 20th Anniversary Celebration, as well as Virtual Rewards 2.0 and recent Geocaching Blog articles about cache etiquette. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is available here.

41 MINJUN 25
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Episode 26: Mystery at the Museum, 20th anniversary, and more!

Episode 25: Jeremy Irish, Geocaching HQ co-founder

Jeremy Irish launched Geocaching.com on September 2, 2000. He co-founded Geocaching HQ, along with Bryan Roth and Elias Alvord. In this episode, Jeremy shares memories of the early days of Geocaching HQ, as well as what he’s up to today. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is available here.

35 MINJUN 4
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Episode 25: Jeremy Irish, Geocaching HQ co-founder

Episode 24: Virtual Rewards 2.0

Geocaching HQ is excited to announce Virtual Rewards 2.0 to introduce another limited number of new Virtual Caches for the geocaching community. Cindy Potter, HQ’s Director of Community, is here to chat about the project. Beginning today,an opt-in web pageis available for cachers to apply for a Virtual Reward. The page is open until June 1, 2019.Approximately 50,000 geocachers around the world meet the criteria to apply for a Virtual Reward. More information is available on the Geocaching Blog (English) (German) (French) (Dutch) (Spanish). You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is available here. (Minor correction: in this episode, it is said that approximately 40,000 geocachers meet the criteria to apply for a Virtual Reward. The correct number is 50,000.)

14 MINMAY 15
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Episode 24: Virtual Rewards 2.0

Episode 23: Cache Carnival recap, AR caches

What went into creating Cache Carnival? Annika is here from Geocaching HQ’s Marketing team to tell us about it. Also, Nicole from HQ’s Community Volunteer Support team has an update about the recently completed AR (Augmented Reality) cache experiment. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcriptis available here.

19 MINAPR 22
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Episode 23: Cache Carnival recap, AR caches

Episode 22: Adventure Lab app, new Search Map

Bryan Roth, Geocaching HQ’s president and co-founder, chats about the new Adventure Lab app(1:05). Plus, Brendan Walsh from HQ’s Product Team has an important update on the new Search Map project (16:00). You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcriptis available here.

28 MINAPR 16
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Episode 22: Adventure Lab app, new Search Map
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Latest Episodes

Episode 31: Jen Smith, Front End Developer Lead

Jen Smith began her Geocaching HQ career as an intern more than 13 years ago. Since then, she has worked on a lot of big projects – from Wherigo to the new Adventure Lab app. In this episode, we hear about what it means to be a Front End Developer Lead at HQ. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is here.

21 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 31: Jen Smith, Front End Developer Lead

Episode 30: GIFF 2019

It’s almost time for GIFF, the Geocaching International Film Festival! GIFF events are scheduled for November 7-17, 2019. HQ’s Sven Otto is here to tell us what to expect this year. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is here.

20 MINOCT 12
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Episode 30: GIFF 2019

Episode 29: Lists

For the past several months, we’ve been hard at work improving the entire Lists experience on Geocaching.com. Aiming to make Lists not only more useful, but also easier and more enjoyable, we have completed an overhaul that we think you will love! We recently began deploying this new Lists experience. It will slowly roll out to geocachers over a period up to 8 weeks. You may see the new Lists experience today or you might not see it until the release is fully rolled out in late October. In this episode, senior product manager Brendan Walsh offers an overview of the Lists improvements. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is here. Plus, find the release notes in the Geocaching Forums.

19 MINSEP 24
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Episode 29: Lists

Episode 28: Allison Kelsey, HQ’s Director of Product

In this episode, we meet Geocaching HQ’s Director of Product, Allison Kelsey. Allisontalks about HQ’s Product Team and how they contribute to the tools that power your geocaching adventures! You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is here.

27 MINAUG 27
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Episode 28: Allison Kelsey, HQ’s Director of Product

Episode 27: Is it legal?

Geocaching is mostly fun and games, but there are still issues that require the eyes of a legal eagle. Geocaching HQ’s VP of Legal & Business Affairs, Jennifer Arterburn, works on a wide range of topics, including privacy policies, Terms of Use, trademark issues, and more. Mystery at the Museum fans will also recognize her as HQ TV’s lead anchor! You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is available here.

15 MINAUG 1
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Episode 27: Is it legal?

Episode 26: Mystery at the Museum, 20th anniversary, and more!

With Mystery at the Museum coming in July, we chatted with Brigitte from Geocaching HQ’s Marketing team to get the lowdown. Plus, Cindy Potter, HQ’s Director of Community, stops by to talk about plans for next year’s Geocaching 20th Anniversary Celebration, as well as Virtual Rewards 2.0 and recent Geocaching Blog articles about cache etiquette. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is available here.

41 MINJUN 25
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Episode 26: Mystery at the Museum, 20th anniversary, and more!

Episode 25: Jeremy Irish, Geocaching HQ co-founder

Jeremy Irish launched Geocaching.com on September 2, 2000. He co-founded Geocaching HQ, along with Bryan Roth and Elias Alvord. In this episode, Jeremy shares memories of the early days of Geocaching HQ, as well as what he’s up to today. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is available here.

35 MINJUN 4
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Episode 25: Jeremy Irish, Geocaching HQ co-founder

Episode 24: Virtual Rewards 2.0

Geocaching HQ is excited to announce Virtual Rewards 2.0 to introduce another limited number of new Virtual Caches for the geocaching community. Cindy Potter, HQ’s Director of Community, is here to chat about the project. Beginning today,an opt-in web pageis available for cachers to apply for a Virtual Reward. The page is open until June 1, 2019.Approximately 50,000 geocachers around the world meet the criteria to apply for a Virtual Reward. More information is available on the Geocaching Blog (English) (German) (French) (Dutch) (Spanish). You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcript is available here. (Minor correction: in this episode, it is said that approximately 40,000 geocachers meet the criteria to apply for a Virtual Reward. The correct number is 50,000.)

14 MINMAY 15
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Episode 24: Virtual Rewards 2.0

Episode 23: Cache Carnival recap, AR caches

What went into creating Cache Carnival? Annika is here from Geocaching HQ’s Marketing team to tell us about it. Also, Nicole from HQ’s Community Volunteer Support team has an update about the recently completed AR (Augmented Reality) cache experiment. You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcriptis available here.

19 MINAPR 22
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Episode 23: Cache Carnival recap, AR caches

Episode 22: Adventure Lab app, new Search Map

Bryan Roth, Geocaching HQ’s president and co-founder, chats about the new Adventure Lab app(1:05). Plus, Brendan Walsh from HQ’s Product Team has an important update on the new Search Map project (16:00). You can listen to the episode via this page, or oniTunes,Google Play, Spotify, or Stitcher.If you use an aggregator to subscribe to podcasts, you can access the RSS feedhere. A full transcriptis available here.

28 MINAPR 16
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Episode 22: Adventure Lab app, new Search Map
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