No reason why a windshield or dash mount cant be required for using the phone as a gps.
How is it recovered after a mission?
And I can tell you the Internet connection here sucks.....
But how's the turndown service?
Wifi enabled SD cards in cameras are available to solve that problem. They can still use their phone to upload the picture.
And don't forget, all your airports that serve planes that travel in/out of the country also count as being on the border, so there's a 100 mile radius around them with this constitution-free zone as well.
BS - do you just make this crap up?
If you hire an asshole to handle your security you will end up with your taste buds in the loop.
Totally stupid. Search results should be based on relevence and not popularity. With today's mobilization of large groups of voters the results are going to totally gamed by those who have networks.
I gotta get back to ya later Mom - I'm kinda engaged right now.
I've been hoping for COBOL.NET.
APL and PL1 too dammit!!!
All of a suddan I crave fried onion rings so the article isn't totally a waste of time.
Your not drifting in the same direction (except maybe when in irons which is different).
When a sailboat is set in a heave to position, she slows down considerably and keeps moving forward at about 1 to 2 kts, but with a significant amount of drift.
There still are currents that will leave you treading water waving goodbye to your boat.
Plus you have to lock your wheel or tiller which means a wind shift will screw you up big time.
That comment wasn't aimed just at you even if you weren't joking
I assume that a lot of non sailors have no knowledge of a sailboat's max speed being limited to a formula using hull length at it's waterline.
Probably many readers have no idea how fast some large ships can move as well.
Anyway most sail boat owners are too broke to afford any decent Internet access at sea
Owning a boat is like tearing up $100 bills in a cold shower.
No sailboat can keep up with a cruse ship. At least not the type of sailboat we're talking about here.
Yep that would be quite a thrill watching your boat leave you behind while you swim. Oh, you have a seven mile long anchor chain - nevermind.