I got a PhotoTrack from GiSTEQ. A clever little device that records GPS locations on a time interval. Due to the fact that your digital photos have a date and time stamp it is possible to match your photos to the GPS data from the GPS logger. This process is called GeoTagging. You are tagging your photos with geographical data. This data is stored in the EXIF data of your digital photo. Several programs and websites can extract this data and use it to plot your images on a map. Good examples are, Picasa, Flickr, Locr, Google maps and Google Earth. I wouldn’t be surprised if Virtual Earth by Microsoft is also offering this service. (But I still need to investigate) When I have had the time to do some experiments, I will let you know what I think of the little nifty device