Ahem.. The Power of Vistumbler and Google earth!

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Ahem.. The Power of Vistumbler and Google earth!

Post by mysticvirgo67 » Sun Jul 12, 2009 8:32 pm

Okay Tech difficulties and simple disorginization on my part made last attenmpt to share a bit odf a laugh fest..
After ditching all my old scans I am starting from scratch with a little more orginzation .
With all the data available through Vistumbler, Informational overload is very very easy to fall prey to.

Here is my first run of the new batch
Attachments
2009-07-12 17-57-31.kml
Here is the KML (raw not labled)
(1004.8 KiB) Downloaded 230 times
2009-07-12 17-57-31.VS1
here is the VS1
(461.99 KiB) Downloaded 222 times
"People don't need restore. They just need recovery...and the occasional hard boot"
"The maximum acceleration of a PC is limited only by the amount of explosives used"

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Re: Ahem.. The Power of Vistumbler and Google earth!

Post by ACalcutt » Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:01 pm

now those look like proper results :-)....did you lay off the coffee today ;-)

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Post by mysticvirgo67 » Mon Jul 13, 2009 10:36 am

Tee hee hee ... NEVER!!! All good geeks run on caffine!
"People don't need restore. They just need recovery...and the occasional hard boot"
"The maximum acceleration of a PC is limited only by the amount of explosives used"

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Post by pferland » Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:43 pm

does look better now
oh and good caffeine, like Coke, not that all natural crap caffeine from coffee ;-)
The best acceleration you can get on a Mac is 9.8ms^2

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