I've had good luck with Yahoo's Maps service. You have to signup to get
an app id. The API is really simple. Here is a modified chunk of code
from my Dept of Health and Human Services/Google Map mashup for showing
licensed daycare centers in a town.
Safety radios to get update
Changes not expected to cause problems
By GAVIN LESNICK
Courier Press staff writer 464-7449 or [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Monday, January 22, 2007
A nationwide reshuffling high-frequency radio assignments will
ultimately require reprogramming and replacing all the radios
Yes I know posted below is yet another press release on a MuniWiFi
popping up. Since the RFP's are being issued fast and furious recently
you cannot read the news without running across another MuniWifi press
release. I do feel there is too much emphasis placed on the Wifi access
I personally use the Motorola A1200 or Ming, its not available in the US
, but you can get it through Ebay. Its Linux based, so lots of goodies
for it around. It GSM/GPRS Quad band, Bluetooth and all touchscreen
based like the Iphone...
Gino A. Villarini
OK, Since we are on this topic?. I picked up a Samsung BlackJack about a
week ago, and to this point, I have some very mixed emotions?. I used to
have an old Palm PDA and I carried my cell phone, so You can understand
that trying to go to one device was a no brainer?. I love the look and
Finally a clear understanding of the telecommunications industry.
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To be honest with you this article only mentions 700MHz as a way to
generate revenue from the auction to pay for public safety interoperability.
There are some public safety officials that feel that DHS should fund
public safety interoperability instead of waiting for the auction since
That was worth watching. The sad part is. ITS ALMOST ALL TRUE!
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Dawn DiPietro
Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 10:07 AM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; WISPA General List
Subject: [WISPA] Att explained
Have you had a chance to play with SSH utilities. I'm looking for the
same phone and have heard others using it to SSH into their Star-OS
boxes with good success.
Mobile SSH has a free trial and should work with the E70.
On 1/22/07, Matt Larsen - Lists [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
CPI suing FCC to get at real state of broadband competition in the US
1/22/2007 1:46:18 PM, by Nate Anderson
The Center for Public Integrity (CPI) wants to find out exactly how
competitive the US broadband market is. To do that, it needs access to
the raw data collected by the FCC, but the
You know that if they don't want to give up the raw data that they have
fudged the heck out of it!
It has been suggested by many folks, including Peter Huber, that it
might be time to put the FCC out to pasture.
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www.midwestunlimited.com. The Elk River Eagle LE or LX harnesses are good
and comfortable at a good price-point. I would highly recommend NOT buying
a used harness. Your harness is to keep you from falling to your death and
you don't want to rely on a used harness that you don't know the
yeah, this has been going on for quite a while now (this is the second
round). So far the FCC has held up.
I think we should contact the CTIA and see what we can do to lend support to
them (and the FCC) on this issue. Anyone have any thoughts on the issue
and/or know anyone?
Not true at all Peter.
When filling out the form there's an option to keep the info private. They
are only honoring their word.
- Original Message -
From: Peter R. [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WISPA General List firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 6:55 PM
Killing the FCC would simply place the responsibility for the regulatory
control of the spectrum in the US to another federal agency. Not sure I
buy into the idea that one fed agency (even if created from scratch) can
do things better than what we have now.
Peter R. wrote:
Sorry to answer my own post but some clarifications are in order. I am
not trying to state that I am satisfied, in any way, with the FCC by my
desire to keep them intact. I am only stating that I do not think it is
within the power of our own government to produce a different regulatory
Yes, there has been an Abolish the FCC movement alive for at least 10
and probably 20 years. FOMHR (For Our Many Happy Readers) here are two
(of the many) points of view:
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