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Category Archives: Technology
The Alaska section of the American Alpine Club has purchased a detailed model of Mount McKinley that contain 10,000 data points per square inch and is aimed to help climbers understand the mountain.
O’Neill Europe is marketing a solar backpack that will power your Ipod and Bluetooth wireless headset.
The BBC and other sources report a New York artist is selling sneakers for illegal aliens for $215 that include a built in map and compass.
The Windsor Tribune reports a woman was rescued in Poudre Canyon after a dispatcher used GPS directions to locate her.
In playing with the print.google.com I came across an excerpt from Haunted Heritage talking about the witches of Jerimoth Hill.
A Canadian company is seeking to build the world’s largest telescope — the size of a football field — on Mauna Kea.
Lightcap has unveiled a solar powered cap for your water bottle.
The full text of many guidebooks including guides to highpoints is now available at print.google.com.
A PR Report says The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) presented AmerenUE’s Taum Sauk pumped-storage hydroelectric plant its prestigious “Milestone in Electrical Engineering and Computing” award.
Science Daily reports University of Pennsylvania biologists have created a backpack that generates 7.4 watts of electricity.
Hill has posted an impressive tour of satellite images of U.S. highpoints using Google’s nifty new Google Earth service.
Hawaiichannel reports T-Mobile workers using the GPS coordinates of a phone organized a rescue of a mssing hiker in the Nu’uanu mountains.
Everestnews reports a serial Ecureuil/AStar AS 350 B3 helicopter piloted by Didier Delsalle landed on the top of Mount Everest on May 14 and May 15!
Stuff New Zealand reports Andrew James Ogilvy, 41, died when he fell 500m while climbing Mount Berth, near Lake Ohau in the Ahuriri Conservation Park in New Zealand