Member Since: November 13, 2010

Country: United States

  • it apparently cut me off.. <br />
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    like non-profits with less than a $50k annual budget where a small 1-2 thousand dollar product donation would have a huge impact on their education program.<br />
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    By donating product you'd be able to give more, because you'd have the difference between value and production cost. You'd also end up with more of a benefit from the tax deduction.<br />
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    I may be biased though since I'm the treasurer of such a non-profit. So I'll just say..<br />
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    Thank You For Bringing Free Day Back!

  • Sweet! I'll be looking forward to free day 2011 and I think it's great what you're doing! <br />
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    Although I agree that the charities you've chosen to give to are deserving and doing good work I personally would have preferred seeing it spread around a bit better. There are plenty of small non-profits out there that are education related which could turn the funds donated into a greater impact. Non-profits that have small (

  • Answered my own question, nevermind. Found a reference located here: http://www.arhab.org/science/science/gpspass.html that lists GPS units capable of greater than 60k feet.

  • Are they any GPS units available, that would be semi-compatible, without the altitude ceiling of the EM408? I'm thinking of using this for a high altitude balloon.

No public wish lists :(