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    I use all of those tools But I'm only 38

    I wouldn't mind seeing a MWO DATA twitter feed that would post an hourly update on the current temp/wind speed. But, I've been told that if you only use twitter to post and don't reply to feedback you're doing it wrong, so maybe it's not the right thing for a data feed (RSS feed more likely)

    One of the most popular twitter feeds currently is the Mars Phoenix.

    http://twitter.com/MarsPhoenix

    The person who writes the feed, does it in a first person style as if the robot is tell you about it's adventures.

    Maybe for a MWO feed, it should be from Marty's point of view

    Kirk

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    I have a confession. This is just between me and you. I don't have a cell phone (one for work, but that's different). Nor do I have a Facebook, myspace, or Twitter account. Nor do I have a television or a land line. What I do have is VOIP, and a 28" LCD on which I watch NetFlix (DVD and streaming). I also like to watch the Daily Show on Hulu. Torin watches Blue's Clues and Mighty Machines. Under no circumstances do we watch the Wiggles.

    You can't spell luddite without "IT".

    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot View Post
    I still don't have a cell phone and I'm keepin' it that way!

    KDT

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot View Post
    I still don't have a cell phone and I'm keepin' it that way!

    KDT
    Then how do you expect to get rescued? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by billysinc View Post
    Then how do you expect to get rescued? lol
    , that's really funny, lol

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    It sounds like he needs to be rescued already.
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    I think we need to be rescued from technology...

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    It sounds like he needs to be rescued already.

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    You either hate it or embrace it.
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    I have an IPOD. One of the first. It is the size of a bread-box and weighs 7lbs.

    I don't use it hiking. It weighs less than all my CDs and CD player with 16" sub woofers. I used to carry this hiking because I know lots of people on the trail are bored with the sounds of nature and wish I would share my music with them.

    When I needed rescuing I would crank some Ozzie until people gathered around me. They would usually carry me back to my car. Sort of like crowd surfing.

    KDT

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    I have found that most of the technical folks I work with love technology but know when and how to turn it off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    I have found that most of the technical folks I work with love technology but know when and how to turn it off.
    Bingo -- that's the key. Well said.

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