Become Familiar with Cell 411 Now, Handle Emergencies Tomorrow

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Preparation is the key to success. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. Many oft-quoted phrases underscore the benefits that can stem from acting in the now. In maximizing your time today, so that your tomorrow will be more productive.

As a reader of there’s a strong likelihood that you’re familiar with the smartphone app Cell 411. You’re aware that with the app, you can send an alert to those in your sphere, so that they respond to help address whatever situation you’re facing. And you can, in turn, be there for them.

You can also choose to stream your footage, which keeps it safe on an offsite server and is viewable in almost real-time by those who receive your alert — a first for any app to my knowledge. This functionality is impressive. Indeed, Cell 411 is uniquely positioned at the nexus of civil society and technology.

To help you become more familiar with the app today, so that you are better positioned to handle any emergencies you may face tomorrow, download Cell 411 and put it to use. Get connected to those you trust.

And if you have it in your heart to help strangers, you may also want to check out area Cells Nearby and ensure that your Patrol Mode is on.


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  1. Downloaded thanks

  2. This is a copy of 911 without the benefits. When you are hurt or need EMS, fire, PD, you call 911. You don’t dick around with some made up app that has morphed out of control. If you are trying to pass this app off as a “911” device, I assure you the state will come down on the developers of this app.

  3. Jumping Jacks Jacks, Jacks, Jacks, is it really so difficult for you to figure out on your own that there are sorts of emergencies for which dialing 911 would be completely ill-suited for? You know, like having a flat tire, being stuck in snow, or being out of gas?

  4. Drac Vermell Jumping Jacks Peaches, you really don’t have a handle on the situation do you.

  5. Jumping Jacks Drac Vermell Now don’t be cross with me, Jacks. If you took the time to read the articles here instead of just scanning them for disqualifying content, then you’d never have to worry yourself over people pointing out your errors. I hope you’re not this careless with your patients, are you Jacks?

  6. Somewhat amusing because voluntaryists/anarchists etc are routinely asked “what about the fire department, police, EMS?” 

    Then when a solution starts emerging on its own, the response from statists like yourself is “don’t do that,” “the state will put a stop to it” etc.

  7. It’s a very useful app. Download it now.

  8. Intrigare I was stopped, kidnapped and caged by domestic terrorists a few weeks ago. Used Cell 411 to send out an alert for help. Some friends came to pick me up at the pig department.

  9. DavidJurist Intrigare I just hope to see more widespread use where I live, where unfortunately a much more oppressive police/surveillance state has been adopted.

    It would be interesting to see how the state responds if this does reach the mainstream.  Would it embrace it? Or would it tighten its grip… so more star systems will slip through its fingers?

  10. Intrigare DavidJurist We shall see.

  11. What exactly were you doing David to be stopped and arrested by the police, and to have them take your property from you? Usually when someone is up to no good is when the men with guns come and harass you. Did they give you your property back? It seems that if you follow the rules, you won’t be caged for your actions.

  12. Koncerned Citizen When you have some free time KC, why don’t you wipe your greasy fingers clean, visit Google, and type in the words “civil asset forfeiture?” I assure you that you’ll find lots and lots of links that will answer all of your questions. Read them carefully, though. I wouldn’t want you to skip over all of the good parts.

  13. Greasy fingers? That is a bit mean, don’t you think? I’m just asking David some pertinent questions, I would think he can speak for himself?

  14. Koncerned Citizen I wasn’t in any way being unfair to you, KC. Remember, you were the one who made the presumption that David was “up to no good,” now weren’t you?

  15. Koncerned Citizen What was I doing that caused me to be stopped and kidnapped by a pig? I was peacefully traveling at the speed limit on muh roads that I pay fuel taxes for.

  16. OK I see David, thanks for your reply. Did you get your property back that they stole? It sounds like it was a typical traffic stop, usually the police don’t take anything from you in those situations. It also sounds like your embellishing on your encounter with the police of what actually happened.

  17. Koncerned Citizen So you think that David is a liar, KC? What’s the matter, dear? Are you too faint-hearted to just come out and say that? By the way, KC, it’s “you’re,” not “your.”

  18. Drac Vermell Jumping Jacks Who said I was cross. Again you place your emotions into what I write. You haven’t said anything. It would appear you haven’t read the article.

  19. Intrigare I never said “don’t use that” You are placing words in my mouth that weren’t there.  It will take you longer to contact EMS PD fire if you use the 411 app. 

    “what about the fire department, police, EMS?” That question is asked because freekeene is promoting this app as a cure all. There are a lot of apps like this out there. They don’t say it is a replacement for 911.

  20. Jumping Jacks Drac Vermell And yet again, Jacks, you forgot to end your question with a question mark. Your bad habits persist to no end, now don’t they Jacks? I wonder why you’re so content in never doing any better? Do you counsel your patients to do the same?

  21. Jumping Jacks I think one of your patients is calling.  They need another Narcan drip stat!

  22. Jumping Jacks Intrigare Now, now, Jacks. Can’t you construct a better Straw Man than this? No one’s made the claim that Cell 411 can or should replace 911. No one except you anyway. Cell 411 is not being marketed as a 911 replacement service, and its users clearly aren’t using it as such. Your argument has failed here, Jacks. Why don’t you just give up, or at least try to find something else to criticize about it?

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