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Tim Hibbard CEO for EnGraph software

Kyle and I are at the airport getting ready to head to Salem.


Tulsa TechFest 2006 was awesome.  Lots of attendees and great sessions.  They did a great job keeping everything organized.  And to Chris Williams, my laptop acted up when I plugged into their projector too, so it had nothing to do with your projector, my laptop is just possesed.  More details about TechFest later, I met some very interesting people.

I've never actually gotten a GPS reading at takeoff or landing, but I'll keep trying.


Posted on Sunday, October 15, 2006 9:30 AM EnGraph , .NET , GPS , Where's Tim | Back to top

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Hmmm, GPS during takeoff. That sounds interesting! I've always wanted to know what an airplane can do in the quarter mile. I'm flying tomorrow, and brought along a cheap Holux GR-213 that usually gets a good lock on 5-6 satellites when indoors:

Maybe I'll capture all the RMC messages it spits out and check out the data to see what those birds can do.
Left by Lorin on Oct 20, 2006 7:17 PM

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