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NIKON D70 - 1/800 sec, f4.5 at 80mm

Today marks the first successful field trial of my DIY Vehicle Tracking System. You can see the journey I took here. Or at least, you can see the journey I took today until I go somewhere else in the car.

If you are using IE, you'll get an error message on that page. Bloody javascript is causing me no end of grief. I just don't get javascript. It's the most stupid error message too as it's complaining about not being able to connect to a page that gave it the code to complain about in the first place. But after spending 2 hours fighting it I've had enough. It can wait until another day to be solved.

Click the markers to see how fast and how high I was. Only problem is I don't know the unit of measure for the speed (I should RTFM I guess) and the altitude isn't working yet either. Another problem is that the last entry in the database isn't appearing. I have no idea why.

The test doesn't seem that successful now does it? Damn.

Nevermind. That's that project almost finished. Now, all I need to find is some more old projects to sell to fund my next project, which involves earthquakes. Cool!

The Photo

While out explorering some backroads I've never been on before, I found a barn with an old 1970s BMW 3.0 CS in it. Hopefully it won't completely rust out before someone comes along to restore it back to good health.

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Posted: Sunday, 25 June, 2006 17:12

Captured: 2006:06:25 13:22:46

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  • I think you'll find that is a four door, 3.0 Si, not a coupe 3.0 CS.
    Wayne - Friday, 8 December, 2006 21:15

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