12237Re: Hum website
- Aug 8 4:52 PM--- In email@example.com, "patty94@..." <patty94@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "daveycannon" <daveycannon@> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > My name is Dave from Australia. I first posted last year describing my experiences of the hum.
> > I do web development and thought I'd offer to create a website where other hum suffers could share ideas and solutions.
> > One of the main things I want to do on the site is to allow us to enter hum observations. I was thinking each observation could include;
> > -Date/time
> > -Location - Geographical (lat/long) and physical (in a building etc)
> > -Description
> > -Intensity (scale 1 to 10?)
> > -Sound Recording
> > If we can start a database of observations it may be helpful in the future.
> > So if there is anyone out there that thinks this would be a good (or not so good) idea then let me know.
> > Thanks
> > Dave
> Hi Dave; Just wondering where in Australia, you are located at, anywhere near N.S.W.?
> Have you had a look at John Dawes hum sufferers survey yet?
I live in Canberra, near Black Mountain.
I have looked at John Dawes's survey. What I thought of doing was to record each observation and overlay that onto Google maps so we could get a visual representation of each observation as well as the other data such as intensity, direction etc.
John Dawes's survey could be useful on the site and I would be happy to continue the survey if John was OK with that.
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