Posted: 31 Oct 2010 12:03 PM PDT
As the exam results are due any day now (or could have just come out), many people are thinking about going off to university or college.
Students often decide to have a gap year before moving onto future education and maybe this year because of the recession will put off their studies and head off to Asia, Africa or South America.
Others have already graduated and never took a gap year and are thinking about this as they hope the job market will improve in the next twelve months.
Posted: 31 Oct 2010 02:04 AM PDT
Sportypal.com has released an application called Sportypal that will run on almost any type of phone that has GPS built-in. It works on iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile and phones that support Java.
A anspshot from my workout.
To put it simple, it uses the GPS in your phone to track speed and distance mainly, but also will track elevation during an activity then allows you to upload it to the SportyPal website. If you are familiar with the Garmin line of watches, think of that functionality. The application starts, acquires satellites connectivity, then you hit the "Start" button when you are ready to get moving. The application, while running, looks like a stop-watch with some additional real time information like speed/pace, distance covered, max speed and climb. You also have the ability to change to a map view that will use Google Earth to display your location on a map in real time. After your workout is over, simply hit "Stop."
Your info will be stored on the phone and you can just go write down your data in your log book.
I’m using it on Android and here are some shots:
Also there is the opportunity to embed the maps, and include whatever the original Maps page displayed — including business and address search results, driving directions…
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