Just another ignorant weirdo from Antwerp, Belgium
trying to make sense out of it all
Oh maybe this 'll do I just noticed that Robert Scoble uses his watch to show him the weather. Hey, I just look up in stead of down to do just the same thing.
Or if you really do want a SPOT tool to do the job for you, maybe you can build your own! I call this the RSS-Watch (Really Simple SPOT Watch).
What you need (including images for the mentally challenged):
(1) A piece of rope. Not the kind of rope you use to hold ships with; it still is possible but harder that way.
(2) A watch. May be an analog or a digital watch, but at least it must have some kind of light in it. Fire will also do.
How you build it:
Note: be careful to provide the rope with a free length of at least a few centimeters/inches (or yards/meters if you're into the whole exaggeration thing). This is crucial.
How you use it:
(I should really get a PayPal account for donations on this brilliant idea. Ah well. Back to reality...)