New Chief Editor Announced for Rocky Mountain Tracking GPS News

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Rocky Mountain Tracking announces Marisa O'Connor as the new Chief Editor in charge of publication for the Daily GPS News.

Rocky Mountain Tracking, Inc.

We are grateful to have Marisa and so many talented writers. We especially appreciate our loyal readership.

Rocky Mountain Tracking, Inc. is pleased to announce Marisa O'Connor as the new Chief Editor in charge of publication for the Daily GPS News. In her new position, Marisa will oversee all content for the news site, including selecting writer assignments and managing editorial responsibilities to maintain the quality of material reaching the public.

Rocky Mountain Tracking covers a variety of GPS topics in its daily publication. Based in Fort Collins, Colorado, the Daily GPS News has published more than 2,300 articles since its inception nine years ago. O'Connor has a staff of 11 knowledgeable writers to provide content for the site, reporting on GPS news events, technological innovations in GPS tracking, court rulings that involve the use of GPS and more. "We are grateful to have Marisa and so many talented writers. We especially appreciate our loyal readership," said Brad Borst, President of Rocky Mountain Tracking, Inc.

The site's news items delve into any subject where GPS tracking plays a part. One recent entry covered the use of the technology in caring for Alzheimer's patients, reporting on a method for locating patients who may wander and lose their way. A GPS tracking device is placed in specially designed shoes, which were developed by an executive from George Mason University. Should patients wander, finding them is a matter of reading the tracking information.

Another item involving legal matters discussed New Mexico's controversial decision to track criminals with repeat convictions for burglary. The new program requires the participants' consent and is a way to keep them out of jail. Privacy concerns and the possible low rate of success have many questioning the program.

The site has also reported on such diverse topics as the use of GPS in tracking wild animal populations, how the Earth's wobble affects the accuracy of GPS readings, the recovery of stolen property using the tracking technology, and how the use of a GPS application to monitor running or walking distances can aid weight loss.

Rocky Mountain Tracking, Inc. also acts as a resource for consumers looking to purchase or rent GPS systems. Systems are available for personal or business use, and many do not require a monthly fee for the tracking service.

O'Connor, a resident of Long Beach, California, discovered her interest in writing at a young age. She built a full-time, freelance writing career out of that interest, covering a wide range of subjects and specializing in health and technology topics. Her personal interests include writing, even in her free time, and she also enjoys music and camping.

For more information about Marisa O'Connor, or to read up on the latest developments in GPS tracking, visit the Daily GPS News.

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