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Automated reporting of Geiger Muller counter readings to RadMon.org

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    I have always been concerned about my personal safety--and that of my family. Since we got a Geiger counter for our home, I actually sleep better. I have been using Pyradmon for some time now and I like the direction this project is heading. You _should_ have a hoe Geiger counter and you should participate in radmon.org so that everyone can benefit from the quantitative facts you collect!

    Posted 03/12/2014
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    Granted, I have just taken over as the steward of this project, but the whole reason I asked for the responsibility of managing this project is because I believe in its goal: mutually voluntary cooperation to make information public and useful. As for the script itself, the original author did a GREAT job with it. At this point, the goal of the project is to continue to build and enhance the features of PyRadMon. Join us!

    Posted 03/12/2014

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