Trying to suggest better ways to use live webcams, Contact Form limited

WMAC Trentham Camera 1 Live Stream

I came across your live webcam at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjYnPVzwYbk

Wellington Model Aeroplane Club, Radio control aircraft and multirotors (drones) at https://wmac.org.nz/

Please put a link to your organization below in the description. Also tilt the camera up and show the sky not that roof. It is OK to have tilt. If the stars and planets every come out, you can show those. Maybe you have events over the roof. Can’t tell when finding that video from YouTube or outside. You are more likely to get visitors through YouTube and search than by word of mouth – if you write about who you are, what you are doing, what you hope to do – in the description. You can share things in your profile page as well.

I am indexing live webcams on the Internet for an Internet Foundation project.

Richard Collins, Director, The Internet Foundation

Weather Cams at https://wmac.org.nz/about-us/where-we-fly/trentham-weather/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39UMpyV21cU

Richard K Collins

About: Richard K Collins

Director, The Internet Foundation Studying formation and optimized collaboration of global communities. Applying the Internet to solve global problems and build sustainable communities. Internet policies, standards and best practices. Consulting and advising organizations of all sizes. Not for profit. When you get down to it, all these papers on the Internet and published, were originally just letters between friends and people of similar interest. Current projects: Best practices for all Internet sites, and for global communities using the Internet. Improving model and data flows, establishing end-to-end lossless and open channels. Particularly for global scale issues such as "covid", "global climate change", "online education", "solar system colonization", "research", "development", and "learning". Education and Interests: Gravitational sensors, sensor networks, modeling and simulation of all things, encouraging development of a gravitational engineering industry, calibrating new gravitational sensors.


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