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What You Should Know / August 25, 2010 -- Nick Newcomen drove 12,328 miles across the United States to "write" a message that can only be seen on Google Earth. The mega-message "Read Ayn Rand" now stretches from coast to coast, with parts of the letters in 30 states. According to the website World's Biggest Message, which documents Newcomen's high-tech journey, he used a Qstarz BT-Q1000X GPS tracking device as a "pen" to write his message as he drove. When he wanted to create the lines that would form letters, he turned the device on. In between letters, he turned it off.

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  • 1. mrrobins  |  July 8th, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    Wow – I’m a commenter who’s really, really bitter and pretending not to be. Sucks to be me.

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