So, this time I headed out for a more reasonable ride; 18 mostly flat miles. Since my last ride went so poorly, this was a “wake the legs up” ride. About a hundred feet into the ride, my partners computer magnet sensor starts rubbing against his wheel; stop and repair. A mile later, I manage… Continue reading A comedy of errors
I’ve been writing my presentations for next week, and this comic was fitting, since my presentations typically are disasters. 30 minute slot… Yeah, I’ll bang that out in 10 minutes. Gives an extra 20 minutes for coffee breaks! Dilbert comic strip for 08/25/2013 from the official Dilbert comic strips archive..
In the unfortunate situation that you lose your Garmin, hopefully whoever finds it is honest. Tip of the day: How to display your name and phone number on your Garmin Edge | DC Rainmaker.
Thankfully, none of my friends… That I saw. Ahem. The 35 Best Times Someone On Facebook Thought ‘The Onion’ Was Real | Thought Catalog.
Sure, the title says it all. It really is a cool picture (as are a lot of his other ones) Penkdix Palme Member Profile — National Geographic Your Shot. (via Kottke)
I had to quit! I never quit! I guess I deserve it though. This was a brand new course, and my legs had forgotten what a road bike feels like (I was also a cocky bastard and tried to show off). This was my first ride since I took it to the shop August 6th,… Continue reading Worst ride ever
From NBC news: Though Budweiser has 9.1 percent of the national beer market, it represented 15 percent of the of the E.R. “market.” The disparity was even more pronounced for Steel Reserve. It has only .8 percent of the market nationally, but accounted for 14.7 percent of the E.R. market. In all, Steel Reserve, Colt… Continue reading Bud-wis-ER
I did it! 6 miles. A year ago, the 5k coming up was daunting. Look at me now! (Strava lies, this was a PR)
Until now iOS design in general has looked difficult. It’s hard to think of a way in which that’s a compliment. YES! I had cooked up a couple apps before the iOS 7 design language was announced. I’m not very good at design (hell, this site is a generic theme I found), and was seriously… Continue reading iOS 7 Design
In June, a former postal worker pleaded guilty to worker’s comp fraud after an investigation suggested that she could in fact engage in most or all of those activities and so should not have been collecting disability payments for the past eight years.
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