[DeTomaso] How do you know?
doug at silicondesigns.com
Thu Sep 13 17:06:44 EDT 2007
This also sounds like what the A-Team had to do to BA to get him on an
airplane. The question is, who's going to man the needle and who's going to
distract and hold Mad Dog?
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Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 1:30 PM
To: Garth Rodericks; gow2 at rc-tech.net; detomaso at realbig.com; Chuck
Subject: Re: [DeTomaso] How do you know?
That unit even recorded their heart rate!
I vote for attaching one of these units to Mad Dawg for the ORR.
We will probably have to shoot him with a tranquilizer gun and then attach
the unit much like studying a Wildebeest on the Serengeti.
I wonder if we could adapt a bore gauge to check the pucker factor thru the
---- Garth Rodericks <garth_rodericks at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Two interesting uses of GPS technology...
> 1. http://cabspotting.org/
> 2. http://trail.motionbased.com/trail/player/3853668
> This is a mountain bike ride some friends of mine did a few weeks ago.
One of them used a
> Garmin hand held GPS unit to collect the data. This technology can be
used today if you
> just stash your handheld GPS unit in the locked glovebox and download
the data once you
> pick up your car. Also, someone should use this the next time there's a
Pantera road rally
> or someone travels to/on an ORR or across the country to the Las Vegas
Fun Rally. It
> would be fun to see the route and progress along the way. Any runners
or backpackers on
> this list? Carry your GPS with you the next time you run a marathon or
hike the back country.
> Almost forgot... More info and downloadable client/agent here:
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