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Bob Shears

Really fascinating application of technology. I have an Iridium satphone but never used a PDA. Your example has me seriously considering if I could stay in touch with my employees, read & respond to emails, and keep the confidence of my clients if I were to take a similiar walk of unfair means. Would love to hear more on this subject.

Robert

I share Bob Shears' admiration for the innovative use of technology and his desire for adventure. However, if I were to trek into the wilderness, I'd leave with a trusted companion and let emails, employees, and clients to await my return. Methinks fresh air nourishes a fresh brain.

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    In June 2006, adventurers Roman Dial, Ryan Jordan, and Jason Geck will attempt the first unsupported trekking traverse of America's most remote wilderness - Alaska's western North Slope and Brooks Range - a distance of 1,000 km (600 miles).
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