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ICE in your cell phone may save your life!

In Case of Emergency numbers in your cell phone may help rescuers get in touch with your next of kin if you are incapacitated because of an emergency.

“The idea is that you store the word "ICE" in your mobile phone address book, and against it enter the number of the person you would want to be contacted "In Case of Emergency".

In an emergency situation, ambulance and hospital staff will then be able to quickly find out who your next of kin are and be able to contact them. It's as simple as that, and for more than one contact name you can use ICE1, ICE2, ICE3 etc.” writes Peter Abrahams for the Register. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/07/14/ice_mobile

There is more on the following website regarding the ideas of the founder and implementation.

http://www.eastanglianambulance.com/content/news/newsdetail.asp?newsID=646104183

When I first became aware of this idea I put an ICE number in my cell phone. Wouldn’t you want your next of kin notified immediately if you were in accident? Put an ICE number in your phone today.

Happy Surfing!

Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO
tim@fullnet.net


WHATCHAMACALLIT?

When you know the meaning of a word but you can’t remember or don’t know the word itself, it’s easy to get frustrated. Welcome to another wonder of the World Wide Web – OneLook at http://www.onelook.com

How does it work? Well you simply type in a few words that could be used to describe the word you are looking for and it will come up with a list of words that you can review for the word that you were hoping to find.

Or you can type a word in the search box and retrieve a list of links to dictionary websites that define the word. You can even place a link to the OneLook site on the Links toolbar in your web browser for instant access to definitions of words you come across while surfing the Internet (especially helpful with computer terms and other jargon).

OneLook is an award winning “search engine” for words and phrases. It's an index to "over 6 million words in more than 990 online dictionaries," ranging from general dictionaries in English to foreign language dictionaries to specialized dictionaries in various business fields and academic disciplines, ranging from garden-variety Merriam-Webster's to the Yiddish-Hebrew-English-German-Russian Picture Dictionary.

Some of OneLook’s extra features include wildcard searches when you’re not certain how to spell a word or you’re looking for a phrase (especially helpful when you’re stumped on a crossword puzzle). It can also translate words into a variety of languages.

Happy (And Safe) Surfing from Your Friends at FullNet!

Roger Baresel
President
rogerb@fullnet.net


Still Growing!

FullNet is excited to announce the addition of three more cities to our ever-expanding dialup network in Oklahoma. This takes us past 225 local cities and towns where FullNet can offer our high-speed V.92 dialup service. In case you may be moving or wondering about service in other Oklahoma towns, you can always check our website to get the most current access numbers: http://www.fullnet.net/coverage.html

Be sure to tell your friends about the expanded service and get a free month of service if they sign up! (Details are on our website here: http://www.fullnet.net/referral.html)

Jason Ayers
VP - Operations
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