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    hole in the web I am Gushi owner and proprietor of gushi org Please follow the links above to learn more about me Site design and graphics 2000 Wriness Chikaya

    Original URL path: http://www.gushi.org/ (2016-04-25)
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    which also drives the modem and sound ports allows it to play mp3s which use the same compression scheme as mpeg movies in an almost native fashion Generally you can find a cd full of mp3 music in the cdrom which I run through the extremely popular WinAmp software patched into the vehicle sound system through an ordinary casette adapter Radio Shack s 220W DC AC inverter Yes I ve gotten the El Cheapo inverter that plugs into your lighter socket This is the most powerful one I could find at the time and it has performed beautifully other than the fact that it s killed my battery more than once it will auto shutdown under 10 volts but the large engine takes more juice than that At some point I may upgrade to something by PortaWattz www statpower com pending a complete overhaul of the electrical system and leave the 220W inverter for my Mobile Configuration see below Between the driver and passenger seats you ll find a power strip where most of the onboard 110v components are powered from Motorola s M3682 cell phone service by VoiceStream Because of recent suffolk county laws a handsfree adapter is required when teh vehicle is moving I generally prefer something big and over the head than something compact that hangs out of my ear like some kind of booger simply because I tend to wear it for LONG periods of time I usually keep my phone mounted to the right of the steering column I am working on acquiring the cellar adapter cable that will allow my laptop and cell phone to interface Also by Motorola the PageWriter 2000x with Nationwide Service by Skytel This little baby gives me email access anywhere on the planet as well as a mobile fax address voicemail address and the ability to control my server on the fly Thic can either be found chraging in its charger base which allows it to sync data with the laptop or clipped to my overhead visor where it s easy to read even in fairly direct sunlight From Delorme the EarthMate serial port 24 channel GPS reciever a calculator sized device that sits velcroed to my dashboard and after a two minute startup delay to sync with the satellites it can map me to anywhere on the planet within 25 feet and often as close as ten feet now that they turned off Selective Availability The software I use Street Atlas USA version 7 0 there s an update out that I m considering purchasing though can plot a course to anywhere from anywhere in the US Not Canada I was disappointed to find out although it has the annoyance of either requiring you to download a lot of data to your hard drive or have the CD in the cdrom Features such as automatic notification and recalculation when you re off course voice notification of upcoming exits and waypoints and a remarkable amount of configurability such as the ability to plot a course and avoid toll roads or to include the scenic route are all standard If you add an internet connection the system is smart enough to highlight traffic and can even be configured to route around it The new version also allows you to do clever things like voice CONTROLLED navigation computer state time to finish Soon At the present moment I keep the eastern seaboard and new england on the hard drive and the CDrom safely tucked into my visor Also on my dashboard you ll find a nice 3 band radar laser detector I wouldn t say I have it for violating the speed limit but I think it s useful to know when it s a good idea to follow the exact letter of the law I mean lets face it minivans can t achieve 90 well mine can but that s only because my speedometer is calibrated for kilometers but I ve had several friends recently busted for doing the exact same speed as everyone around them And face it when you have somewhere to be nobody under tha age of sixty does the speed limit exactly From Igloo you ll find the CoolMate series of Active ThermoElectric Coolers which pretty much means waterless iceless noiseless refrigerators riding somewhere within easy reach of one of the passengers I have the 40 gallon version I generally always keep it stocked and ready to go but don t bother plugging it in during regular times since you can t spit on Long Island without hitting at least two 7 11 stores Generally standard stock includes At least a six pack of Coke a 4 pack of Gatorade at least 4 bottles of bottled water some Parmalat although I generally won t put that stuff in unless the fridge is powered up and some Powerbars In general enough to sustain you for at least a day in the event of what I call extreme circumstances for example an overnight breakdown on some deserted road in the middle of Saskatoon From Thermos who you would expect a cooling product from the wonderful portable Grill2Go I picked this nifty thing up when the people I was living with threw a party and people brought raw meat I said Okay I m gonna go out to Home Depot and buy a grill Nobody believed me I don t bluff At less than 1 x 2 x 4 the thing folds portably cleans easily and includes everything you d need to prepare nearly a full meal It s only in the van for road trips you ll find it near the back I recently acquired a trailer hitch off of ebay It should be installed whenever I next put the vehicle in for maintenance I also managed to acquire a trailer hitch bike rack of all bike racks this type is arguably the easiest to load onload and work with which lends an additional degree of fun to

    Original URL path: http://www.gushi.org/minivanframe.html (2016-04-25)
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