sueover Posted April 16, 2003 Share Posted April 16, 2003 Hi, I am a real newbie...My GPS unit should come in the mail tomorrow. I am looking forward to my first hunt this weekend. In reading lots of stuff here on the website, it got me to thinking about my first cache. My first one will definitely be very basic (after I've done at least 10 finds), but for a more complicated one (which requires doing homework before setting foot), I thought about using the web. For every website, there is an associated IP address which is very similar to longitude and latitude coordinates. Using that IP address (say 18.104.22.168), it will take you to that website and I will ask you a question, like how many letters in the last name of one the founders of that company, and that will be one of the numbers in the final coordinates. You can also do it backwards, which would require some pinging software. Is this too complicated, or would people enjoy this type of webhunt before taking off for the cache? I would have to choose very stable websites or keep checking on them. Has someone thought of this before and does it have a name? Maybe I should keep reading..... Thanks for any help Quote Link to comment
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