Re: [WISPA] VOIP

2005-08-16 Thread John Scrivner
Marlon started it. He brought the bottle of whiskey! This is a good point though. Those brainstorming sessions face to face are hard to beat at any price. Much is learned and shared by all in a very short time span. :-) Scriv I suspect the next show I attend - - there will be a major

Re[2]: [WISPA] Lanyard and positioning straps

2005-08-16 Thread Barry at Mutual Data
Hello Brian, Tessco has climbing stuff and Tennessee Equipment is another option. Lurk on the Tower-pro list for other climbing stuff. We need to hook up for lunch someday, we are not that far apart! Barry Tuesday, August 16, 2005, 10:58:25 AM, you wrote: BR I'll need to order today. Does

RE: [WISPA] Lanyard and positioning straps

2005-08-16 Thread Rick Smith
Ah, I found 'em! Glenmartin.com is a good supplier too. These were the rest of the order... Item No. = RG-5000 Product = Wire Rope Grab Total Price = 195.00 Item No. = FP-13400 Product = Tower Positioning Kit Total Price

Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

2005-08-16 Thread Tom DeReggi
Robert, You may have misunderstood. Entering my sites is NOT awkward for me, and I do not mind the proceedure. I am a technical person, intuitive to figure it out, and worth my time to enter once, regardless if awkward, for the advantage of many to open easilly. My complaint, was for

Re: [WISPA] Lanyard and positioning straps

2005-08-16 Thread Tom DeReggi
I will add... I bought a rope grabber for 3/8 metal wire. I made the mistake of buying the inexpensive $99 version, it is a pain to work with because it needs to be assembled around the wire/rope, and is difficult to do as I climb the tower and need to remove it to go over the brackets that

Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

2005-08-16 Thread Scott Reed
Which is what my original post was about as well.  I do not have a problem with how to enter, though I hope I can edit soon.  It is a pain for the potential customer.  I always tell the programmers that have worked for me, I do not care how hard it is for you, it MUST be easy for the user. 

Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

2005-08-16 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
John, see below.. 2 links for you to compare for the Fieldmapping issue... Tom, Scott,, ok.. i see now... yes.. i agree... well... we do have a State/City/Zip filter.. that outta help... so that the user doesnt have to circumnavigate the globe to find ya :o) currently our map has this data

Re: [WISPA] VOIP

2005-08-16 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181
Hiya Jon, Glad to see you are finally off of that Prozac stuff! grin I'll step (not too far) out on a limb and assume you are talking about *this* know it all as one of those you are obviously tired of. Let me see if I can address your points one at a time. More below Marlon (509)

Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

2005-08-16 Thread Scott Reed
Some are typists, some are clickers.  Clickers don't type.  Not too hard to click on a state, click on a city and be close to home.  Just need to be able to see the WISPs that are in town. I realize that you have drop downs for the cities, but as someone mentioned before, if I list my WISP as

Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

2005-08-16 Thread Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
Scott.. that makes sense.. i think what we will do is have a button next to the CITY/ZIP filters that say, SHOW SURROUNDING Wireless Internet Service Providers that will make sure the map is more useful... thoughts? John, can we do this??? On 8/16/05, Scott Reed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Some are

RE: [WISPA] VOIP

2005-08-16 Thread Jon Price
Marlon, please don't take anything I said personally bud - it wasn't directed at you or anyone specifically. I've always said that you are a great guy, you give a ton of great, practical, free advice. That's nothing short of inspiring. We all have to share and give more back to your industry than

Re: [WISPA] Lanyard and positioning straps (last chance to save my life)

2005-08-16 Thread Bob Moldashel
Brian Rohrbacher wrote: last chance. I am ordering. Well, it's been 3 yearsbut it's time for a harness. Up until now I only climbed grain legs. I am going to go up a 90ft Rohn 25g style tower. It there anything else I need. Yeah...How about some training??? Can I get some

Re: [WISPA] Awkward.. i agree

2005-08-16 Thread Tom DeReggi
Or a button that says, "Show other sites by this provider". Tom DeReggiRapidDSL Wireless, Inc IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband - Original Message - From: Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor To: WISPA General List ; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, August

Re: [WISPA] VOIP

2005-08-16 Thread Brian Rohrbacher
Now that we're all so inspired (not sarcastic). Join WISPA. That is a great way to support WISPs. Make OUR voice louder. Join WISPA. Brian Jon Price wrote: Marlon, please don't take anything I said personally bud - it wasn't directed at you or anyone specifically. I've always said that

Re: [WISPA] General Views on Wireless...

2005-08-16 Thread RickG
I've alwaysfound the same feelingsout in the public.Perhaps aquality standard(and award) should be defined for our industry? That said, I also find most of the issues are interference related ;( On 8/16/05, Rick Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Look at what people are saying in everyday conversation