Dear Garmin: The political, professional and personal end-of-year wrap-ups were overwhelming. Journalists, analysts and bloggers endlessly trolled through their 2012 calendars. I became a bit of a curmudgeon with no intention of joining in the fray.
But you, Garmin, thought otherwise.
December 30, as I volunteered for a Resolution 5K we did an early course run to place mile markers. Along with your beep to indicate the first mile, you sent a message that your database was full – please delete some data. I ignored you. Usually, I can squeeze in another 10 or 12 runs before you are actually full.
December 31 during speedwork, the delete data message returned. I gave in. This was your timely and clear message to me to join in the year-end review.
What would the stored information locked in your casing reveal about 2012? Your data and my notes held the secrets of my…
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