as clipped from the Ann Arbor News (excerpted for brevity):
For fitness step by step, make tracks to free site
Ann Arbor News (MI)
January 9, 2007
Ed Vielmetti likes techie things and he likes to walk at least 10,000 steps a day. So the Ann Arbor resident regularly joins a small online community of pedometer enthusiasts at the free site Walker Tracker (walk.ideacog.net). They can set up accounts, log their steps, compute miles walked per day and graph their progress. [...] When we talked, Vielmetti, who works for the Internet search engine marketing firm Pure Visibility, had just taken a break to walk the Argo Dam-to-Broadway Bridge segment of the Border-to-Border Trail along the Huron River. "It's 1,800 steps," he says. "You get in about 3,000 to 4,000 just by being awake."
It was a nice conversation with reporter Anne Rueter from the News. The story ran with a picture of a pedometer. Happy to take a walk with anyone along that section of the Border-to-Border trail - it's easy to get to from the Pure Visibility office (across from Casey's) and perfect for that outdoors 15 minute stand up meeting.