[NTLK] [OT} Re: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 + Einstein = Match Made in Heaven?

Ed Kummel tech_ed at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 1 18:23:42 EST 2012

Way ahead of you...the strap for my Satchel is wrapped around a steel cable (well, I embedded a steel cable in the strap myself) so they will need bolt cutters to cut the strap. 

Although, I prescribe to the James Bond method of theft deterrent...If I can't have it, nobody will...in that scene where a henchman tries to steal the car and when he breaks the glass, the whole car explodes, killing the henchman...
I would love to do the same thing.....using a proximity detector. When my satchel is no longer in my possession, it blows up! Now *THAT* would be fun! I wonder if you can rig a Newton to Explode?

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Subject: Re: [NTLK] [OT} Re: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 + Einstein = Match Made in Heaven?
~~~ On 2012/03/01 18:39, Ed Kummel at tech_ed at yahoo.com wrote ~~~

> In fact, I don't have to worry about pickpockets either since I carry
> everything in my bag.

Perhaps, Ed, but you might find out why in ancient days, the criminals
corresponding to our modern "pick-pockets" were called "cut-purses".

Just being cheerful.   Learning is a good thing, right?  :-D



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