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  1. Thread: Cell jammer

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    Do you have a link to an example? Wounds like...

    Do you have a link to an example?

    Wounds like you are talking about something like a cellphone booster.

    http://www.ubersignal.com/vehicle-signal-boosters.html
  2. Thread: Cell jammer

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    This is just a cellphone embedded in the car. It...

    This is just a cellphone embedded in the car. It isn't doing anything that people can't already do with a normal smartphone (that allows tethering).
  3. Thread: Cell jammer

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    I knew about them. They've been around awhile. ...

    I knew about them. They've been around awhile.

    Anybody familiar with Bluetooth should realize it wouldn't be hard to do.


    Of course not. It really would have to effect a particular phone (as...
  4. Thread: Cell jammer

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    It couldn't work like that anyway. You can...

    It couldn't work like that anyway. You can (fairly) easily disable a particular phone in a particular car.
  5. Thread: Cell jammer

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    This wouldn't be that hard to do for a specific...

    This wouldn't be that hard to do for a specific cell phone (there are some challenges but it doesn't require magic). It would be hard to do for any cell phone.
  6. Thread: Cell jammer

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    (I'm assuming sarcasm.) You can say all sorts of...

    (I'm assuming sarcasm.) You can say all sorts of things that aren't (likely) to be correct.
  7. Thread: Cell jammer

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    The idea isn't based on any understanding of how...

    The idea isn't based on any understanding of how these things work in real life.
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    Useless. 30 mph is 44 feet per second. The...

    Useless.

    30 mph is 44 feet per second. The distraction that leads to an accident has likely occurred before your jamming.



    10 feet?

    You don't have any idea, at all, how these things work.
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    There are trackers but I'm skeptical that there...

    There are trackers but I'm skeptical that there are any good ones.

    These all require a cell-phone account. You might be able to get a account one for $10/month.
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    It shouldn't have been news at all. There...

    It shouldn't have been news at all.


    There are all sorts of thngs that distinguish these two activities. Yes, it's probably much less risky for the runner.

    Very few people run on your...
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    Not really. Riding on sidewalks is illegal (in...

    Not really.

    Riding on sidewalks is illegal (in MN) by persons older than 12 years (I believe). Should the instructors tell 13 year olds to break the law?

    Anyway, there could be ways of getting...
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    ^^^ said clutching his pearls. I hear they are...

    ^^^ said clutching his pearls.

    I hear they are communists too.
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    Who is advising that? Who is telling them...

    Who is advising that?


    Who is telling them not to use a bike path?


    What's so magical about asphalt? Should they not ride on a concrete bike path?
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    You mean on page 71? With the illustrations...

    You mean on page 71?

    With the illustrations that are labeled "TWO-LANE ROADWAY"?


    The diagrams are labeled "TWO-LANE ROADWAY".


    Well, there's a three lane road!
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    Probably (almost certainly). You (usually)...

    Probably (almost certainly).

    You (usually) will get a notification that you are about to go over. You can also monitor how much data you've used since the last reset of the data counter.

    Things...
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    :rolleyes: You certainly didn't know! It's...

    :rolleyes: You certainly didn't know!



    It's not "5 to 7%" according to "dcrainmaker".

    How calorie measurement works on Garmin fitness devices | DC Rainmaker
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    It doesn't seem as simple as that. ...

    It doesn't seem as simple as that.

    http://www.myfitnesspal.com/blog/Azdak/view/the-real-facts-about-hrms-and-calories-what-you-need-to-know-before-purchasing-an-hrm-or-using-one-21472

    And the...
  18. I'd carry the batteries. I don't think you can...

    I'd carry the batteries. I don't think you can rely on batteries being available at the control and having it run-out so conveniently!


    Many people use the Edges. That the battery isn't removable...
  19. It's not a bad idea to practice using cue-sheets...

    It's not a bad idea to practice using cue-sheets especially since you might not always have a gpx file. Though, I think most people move towards using the GPS as the primary navigation tool.


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    You didn't explain why. Your follow-up post was...

    You didn't explain why. Your follow-up post was more useful.

    Anyway, the calorie estimations aren't that good.

    It's also possible to have the watch use a heart-rate strap.
  21. It's obvious but you really don't want to have to...

    touché![/QUOTE]

    It's obvious but you really don't want to have to pay attention to two things as you are riding. That means (most) people will end up using one method to navigate (and use the...
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    Another useless and irrelevant post. :rolleyes:

    Another useless and irrelevant post. :rolleyes:
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    The only way you can get "beats per minute" is by...

    The only way you can get "beats per minute" is by detecting each beat.

    I suppose you are suggesting that the optical readers might miss beats and use running-average to compensate (quite possible)...
  24. If you keep using the GPS, you may figure out...

    If you keep using the GPS, you may figure out different ways of using it. That is, maybe, your current goal shouldn't be to use it to "its fullest" now.

    It can take a bit of practice to use them...
  25. How did you do that before getting the Garmin?...

    How did you do that before getting the Garmin? You might be able to continue doing that.m (Keep in mind that having a backup to the Garmin might be useful.)

    I don't use the cue-sheets at all when...
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