'Staying in Touch on the Road' is now available for FREE

Submitted: Thursday, Apr 18, 2013 at 10:16
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The 2013 edition of 'Staying in Touch on the Road' is now available for download FREE!

It covers all our latest mobile communications and options; Mobile phones, iPads/Tablets, Laptops, Modems, Antennas, Apps, Programs, Websites and much more to make it easier to stay connected as you travel.

It was written to help new or inexperienced travellers understand their best options, but there is plenty for the more experienced travellers too.

Created by Grant Neilson, a lot of experts contributed to the eBook.

* Collyn Rivers, Australia's leading expert in solar/12 volt contributed the Solar Power section
* Ken Sulman, specialises in Antennas and does a lot of work with the emergency services wrote the Antenna guide
* Nichol Hill, who ran our Antarctic Base communications, contributed many sections on remote communications.
* Sean Ramussen is Australia's top blog expert and Sean contributed to the blogging information
* Gail Bennett, from Nomad Notes wrote the travel diary section
* Matthew Peters, US based and acknowledged as the international training expert on Smartphone/Tablet video production and quick, easy shooting/Youtube publishing provided the 'Making a Great Video' guide.

Thanks to all of them and the many others, who all contributed their time and knowledge to the eBook freely, in the hope of raising some money for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

The eBook can be downloaded for Free, or hopefully with a small donation to the RFDS at: http://www.stayingintouchontheroad.com/
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Reply By: Motherhen & Rooster - Friday, Apr 19, 2013 at 02:12

Friday, Apr 19, 2013 at 02:12
Grant further advises:

Northern, NT Residents: You may wish to direct your donation to CareFlight, after all they are providing the aero-medical cover in our neck of the woods.

Just download your copy of the eBook and go to http://careflight.org/support1/donate3/ to make your donation.

CareFlight - Top End Medical Retrieval Service
CareFlight is an Australian aero-medical charity, established in 1986 and provides a fully integrated medical retrieval service across the Top End of the Northern Territory.
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