Today, the average Field Investigator has access to technology and tools way beyond what was imagined just a few short years ago.
Instead of spending time at a library, or having to call a local observatory, or a local weather station, or an Air Traffic Control center, or a nearby U.S. Air Force Base for goodness sake, now we can get those same answers nearly instantly and by ourselves.
The book How to Investigate UFOs using your Smart Phone's goal is to open some minds to how we can all get to the information faster, more accurately, and using our own smarts instead of relying on the possibly filtered and controlled information from so-called authorities.
Not just useful for UFOs
great little round-up of specific apps that will be of use not only to UFO investigators but also paranormal, crypto-zoological, weather anomaly, environmental activists, maybe even crime scene investigators.
I had no concept that my phone could do so much cool stuff in terms of not only photography, audio recording, and global positioning, but also measuring distances, calculating tri-angulations, historical sky mapping, historical weather, annotated photography, and more.