by James Coates - 2007-01-16
Years ago, driving across the country meant one eye on the road and the other fixed on a heap of tangled, shredded paper covering the dashboard - otherwise known as a map. But in today's interconnec...
by Mike D. Martin - 2007-01-17
Every once in a while I'll surf the internet looking at other real estate agent websites. I mainly do this to see if we as an industry are keeping up with, or better yet, creating new trends in our ma...
by James W Coates - 2007-01-19
Weekend warriors everywhere are stomping into local gear shops to cash in on the newest craze - GPS devices. After all, what's better than merging your love of electronics with your love of the great ...
by George Spearing - 2007-01-23
Hiking, and in particular hiking in remote areas, is a great experience if approached with due regard for fitness, safety and skill.One of the major skill categories, is the ability to navigate wi...
by Rick Reece - 2007-01-25
Captain Joshua Slocum left from Boston Harbor, MA on April 24, 1895, at the age of 51, in the rebuilt 37-foot sloop Spray. He returned, sailing into Newport, RI, on June 27, 1898 after single-handedly...
by Donald Saunders - 2007-01-28
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is fast becoming very much an everyday navigational tool and is commonly seen fitted into cars these days. It is also now available in a simple hand-held form, ...
by Steve Dolan - 2007-02-08
CompassesThere's nothing quite like disappearing off into the backcountry on your own. It's a rare opportunity to experience nature at its most peaceful, and is also a great challenge for a hiking...
by Charmian Christie - 2007-02-21
One summer a friend told me to get lost - so I did. I piled a few friends into my car and drove aimlessly until horses outnumbered people and gas stations became as frequent as views of the Loch Ne...
by Adam Parsons - 2007-02-27
The Pioneer Avic N3 is in my personal opinion, one of the very best in car Navigation systems available today. The Pioneer Avic N3 utilises a 15 gigabyte atlas database which comes on two data dis...
by James Coates - 2007-03-01
Commuters braving rush hour know all too well how traffic jams can quickly tack on extra drive time. In an instant, a long string of red brake lights raises frustration levels that can pile extra ...