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Comment: Re:Recording Apps (Score 1) 368

by Sporkinum (#47658113) Attached to: Comcast Drops Spurious Fees When Customer Reveals Recording

I use Ring Plus for my phone. All I have to do is hit ## any time in a call and it records. I log into my account afterwards and I have an Mmp3 of both sides of the call, plus a transcription. It's a google voice style transcription, so it's not the best, but the mp3 and being able to download it works great.

Comment: Re:Why bother? (Score 1) 364

by Sporkinum (#46639283) Attached to: Your Car Will Tell You How To Hit the Next Green Light

Ground sensors that are used where I am completely negate being able to time lights. The main problem with them, is that they don't use the cameras at most intersections to bias the signals to the flow of traffic. You will have 1 car on a side street stop 20 cars and trucks, when the side car could wait. Not only that, the sensors will stop traffic when there is no one on the side street, because they did a legal right turn on red. That has to waste thousands of gallons of fuel each day, just in my city.

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