Nike and Apple - forget the shoes...

Metatron

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Golf baby. Put a sensor on my Nike clubs, or Pings, etc, and have the nano record my swing, the angle, and help me improve my golf game. Now that is a good way to help the rest of us lazy people out who only run when the golf cart is rolling down the hill.
 

Doctor Q

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If we're going to have iPod nano-linked sensors to measure the exercise of coach potatoes and other non-runners, how 'bout sensors on our keyboards that measure how many calories we use up typing? Or from swiveling our desk chairs? Or from pushing buttons to change channels on the TV? Or from opening and closing the refrigerator door? Or from struggling to open the big bag of chips?

Actually, coach potatoes do run now and then, such as when the pizza guy arrives and the doorbell rings.
 

WildCowboy

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Doctor Q said:
Actually, coach potatoes do run now and then, such as when the pizza guy arrives and the doorbell rings.
Nah...I just leave the door unlocked and yell for the guy to come in...
 

kgarner

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Metatron said:
Golf baby. Put a sensor on my Nike clubs, or Pings, etc, and have the nano record my swing, the angle, and help me improve my golf game. Now that is a good way to help the rest of us lazy people out who only run when the golf cart is rolling down the hill.
I want that. My golf game can use all the help it can get. :D