You’ll never get lost performing at your next rave or dance partly thanks to Geo-localiser un portable Trouvez un telephone portable avec notre GPS

If you are a keyboard artist, you know that one of the biggest sources of demand for your musical craft are raves or impromptu parties. These improvised parties pretty much happen at a drop of a hat.

It happens when people are just hanging out and chilling out at somebody’s place and then somebody had a brilliant idea of saying, “Hey, let’s have a party!” So somebody makes a phone call, and they call somebody. That person calls some other person who knows another person who knows yet another person.

Soon enough, all the logistics start to fall into line. The warehouse gets rented. Everybody chips in for the deposit with or without the intention of actually paying for the venue. Other people show up and commit about the PA system. Others take care of the electricity, so on and so forth. Before you know it, the basic logistics of your run-of-the-mill all-American rave are in place. Sounds good so far, right?

Well, here’s the thing. If you ever get invited to perform at one of these events, please understand that it can get chaotic quite quickly. In other words, you really have to watch your stuff because there are all sorts of people there. Some are on drugs. Other people are just perfectly sober but don’t exactly have the best intentions if you know what I’m talking about.

This kind of chaotic mix of constant movement, bright lights, lots of darkness and lots of dark corners make for a ripe situation as far as you are our concerned. What am I talking about? Well, let me be clear. It’s very easy for you to get robbed.

This is probably the last thing that you have in mind because you’re probably were invited to perform at the rave. You are there to produce music at the dance party. You’re there to entertain people but, hey, the people robbing you or trying to separate you permanently from your mobile phone or other processions couldn’t care less about that. All they care about is a certain efficiency.

You have to understand that people who steal stuff for a living think in very efficient terms. They would always look for the most compact and smallest item that costs the most. That’s what they try to steal. Why?

Well, when you pick an item that is high cost yet has such a small profile, you can easily hide it from you. You can easily move from point A to point B. People will be none the wiser as you put in an article of clothing and you get the heck out of there.

That’s how they operate and, unfortunately, most of the time, the only possession you have that meets those qualifications is your mobile phone. This is bad news because if you’re like anybody else, precious memories are stored in that phone. If you’re like most people, a lot of your most important business, personal and social contacts are stored in that phone.

Can you imagine having to recall all that information? Here’s a tip. You can’t. At least you can’t fully.

So, do yourself a big favor and make sure you fully protect yourself from cell phone theft or loss. How do you do this? Well, you might want to use a special pouch that you keep with you all the time. If that is impossible, use Geo-localiser un portable Trouvez un telephone portable avec notre GPS.

This technology enables you to turn your phone into some sort of GPS homing beacon. Your phone will always ping a remote server so if your phone gets lost, you only need to go to that server or website to get a clear read on your phone’s last known sighting. You can then call whoever you need to call or call the rave organizers so you can get a realistic shot of seeing your phone again.

That’s how it works. Please keep in mind that you have to get on this really quickly because you only have a few hours to recover your phone. After all, your phone’s batteries will only continue to ping a remote server for a few hours before it dies. Once it dies, it’s pretty much gone for good.

So, do yourself a big favor. Whether you are performing at a rave or attending one, be mindful of the geo-location facilities and capabilities of your mobile devices.

Posted by Sylvia Sullivan