Wednesday, February 08, 2006


Inspired by a friend's fascination with GPS technology.

Just wondering when a traditional American resistance to intrusion in people's lives will start to kick in. It will kick in, won't it?

Number2Trac Press Release

Existing GPS companies already offer ways to track your car, your children and your employees so you can always stay on top of your possessions.

Number2Trac takes it all one step further.

N2T--the potential ticker symbol of Number2Trac on the NASDAQ--manufactures chips and creates systems that allow for accurate tracking of individual human waste products.

Efficient plumbing and sewers may be the most important--if underappreciated--technologies of all. Plotting waste flow allows for more efficient waste management.

N2T will begin marketing its products to city and state governments and 'green' consumers in June of this year. The company expects an IPO on the NASDAQ within 18 months.

Number2Trac CEO Bill Bowel's eco-business "movement" got a boost last week at an international press conference. He introduced N2T's market friendly and environmentally correct business plan.

"Swallow a small and flavorful pill and your personal waste products can be tracked from bathroom to bay. Greater sewage efficiency and predictability makes for better environments and bigger bottom lines. Satellites tracking the exact location of your stool on its way to the sea will revolutionize the control of waste management."



Blogger Jason said...

nice. as ben stiller says in starsky and hutch, do it

11:10 PM  
Blogger Wordcat said...

Thanks for the kudos though I don't know if "nice" is the appropriate word for a post on crap :^) Always seeking the highest standards here at Peaks and Pacific.

11:48 AM  
Blogger 3wishes said...

I think the phrase, "If you build it they will come" might be good. I'm sure all the great up-tight, upper class gotta have my suv types will be in line at Home Depot for the newest model. Probably find some to match the color of their Lexus. And GPS too? and Green? I shudder to think of the possibilities. "Post on crap". Now THAT IS funny!

10:39 PM  

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