I second this, a dedicated hardware solution is going to be more reliable than a pc-based solution. Plus those Cocoontech forums are a wealth of information.
This was a technique used by fictional assassin John Rain in Barry Eisler's "Rain Fall".
The assassin got right up to his victim in the subway and placed a device that would trigger the pacemaker on a delay.
It seems like the open scripting would fit in great with these folks:
Unfortunately, I doubt the carriers would ever 'appreciate' this much freedom.
Applesoft Basic fixed some of the bugs in Integer BASIC, and also introduced floating point arithmetic.
Alex: No. No! NO! Stop it! Stop it, please! I beg you! This is sin! This is sin! This is sin! It's a sin, it's a sin, it's a sin!
Dr. Brodsky: Sin? What's all this about sin?
Alex: That! Using Ludwig van like that! He did no harm to anyone. Beethoven just wrote music!
Dr. Branom: Are you referring to the background score?
Dr. Branom: You've heard Beethoven before?
Dr. Brodsky: So, you're keen on music?
Dr. Brodsky: Can't be helped. Here's the punishment element perhaps.
I'm not sure how long oxidation needs to occur before the off flavors manifest though, so perhaps you could force-oxygenate at pour time.
Sounds like some experiments need to be done...
I can't answer my iPhone while wearing gloves. That's a glaring deficiency in my book because I wear gloves about 4 months of the year. Even then, I missed a week's worth of calls because the screen didn't register my swipe-to-answer. I'd be happy if I could just double-click the menu button to answer.
Have you looked at these gloves? http://www.180s.com/glovesforaddicts/ They've got a little nub that lets you actually use your phone while wearing them.