He wants to remain anonymous, but Ohio Cyclist entered an electronics contest in which he submitted a device that continuously records audio, the distance of passing vehicles, road grade, and relative headwind. The audio portion is in a circular buffer so that the only the last minute or so of audio is saved, but pressing a button instructs the device to "remember" the audio. According to Ohio Cyclist, this can be useful to record instances of verbal harassment from passing motorists.
Sorry for the late notice: You have only until 8 AM Eastern Time on Wednesday morning (gulp!) to post your vote. Ohio Cyclist is also interested in any feedback or ideas about his device so please leave your comments here.
IMPORTANT: Please post comments for this article at the new CYCLELICIOUS 2.0 version of this page.
The registration is rather clunky. They send a random password to the email address you give, but note, the '.' at the end is NOT part of the random password.