Tweet A s they struggle to pay their bills, forced to work, the wealthy cope as only they can. By sending their children to summer camp in private jets. In  “To Reach Simple Life of Summer Camp, Lining Up for Private Jets” Christine Haughney, in the New York Times,  July 24, 2011, wrote: […]

I’m beginning to think that Copenhagen was what it had to be, what it could only be. It fulfilled its Buddha-nature. Thus, I don’t consider it a failure. Nor do I consider it a success. It was what it was, what it could have been, what it had to be: A gathering of emissaries from […]

Mountain Hardwear now has on offer the Stimulus jacket . Which is waterproof, breathable, and has some stretch – but what’s novel is that it’s reflective.  And is available, therefore, only in a color that Mountain Hardwear calls “Stainless Steel.” I’ve had a couple of Mountain Hardwear’s pieces – one jacket and a hat. They’re […]

Innovative paramedic bags

by Jon on April 4, 2007

in conspicuity

Statpacks has made some of its packs and waistpacks with reflective material, and added the option of LED/fiber optic illumination. Here’s one of their models, the Manager.    We’ve seen other trauma bags with one or two strips of Scotchlite – but these are the first we’ve seen where virtually the entire outer surface is reflective. […]