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The INATN Christmas Message…

As I write this it is 5:53am (NZ Time) on Tuesday 25th December…also known as CHRISTMAS DAY!!!! One small child has woken up already, although I suspect he is too little to realise what’s happening. I also realise that many of our wonderful readers are also still sleeping and waiting for Santa to arrive. It …

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Geocaching Partnership!

Check out the Geocaching V-Loggers latest video, right here on INATN

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We Want You To …

A wise geocacher once said that opinions are like a certain part of your anatomy, everybody has one. And It’s Not About The Numbers wants to hear all about yours … We aren’t afraid to get down and dirty when it comes to hard-hitting geo-subjects – as our publication of Nick Brown’s commentary on OpenCaching.com’s first year of …

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INATN Profiled In NetGuide Magazine

Extra! Extra! Read all about it … It’s Not About The Numbers has been profiled in the January 2012 edition of glossy technology magazine NetGuide. kjwx and I are quite honoured to have been included in their monthly series on New Zealand bloggers. As NetGuide points out, the arrangement we have here at INATN is great, …

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Merry Christmas From INATN!

I’d planned to begin this festive season post by saying “another year” had passed … but then realised it has only been just over a year since It’s Not About The Numbers first started. In fact, it was on December 20 last year that we migrated to our own domain, having existed on WordPress.com for …

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Best Geocaching Birthday Present Ever

The email alert on my Blackberry chimed at 2.30pm on a bright and sunny Sunday. I noted the subject line, ‘On your marks, get set …’, as I opened it up. ‘Go!’. Nothing else to read, though I noticed a jpg attached to kjwx’s message and opened it up to reveal an image of a …

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It’s Not About The Numbers Clip

I had a little spare time during a recent Rugby World Cup match and started playing around with some photos. It all turned into this short clip – enjoy!  

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