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Rolling, rolling, rolling, keep those doggies rolling … nothing left to see here, so maybe roll on over to the new site: Poudre Coding Club, USA.
Can now add “attended Stanford” to my continuing education list. Stanford Code in Place 2021 Final Project Next up: Global Thermonuclear Warfare.
1973 … a health scare meets an environmental crisis … and everyone is buying a new bike. Sound familiar? Get the whole story at The Spokesmen, EPISODE 246: “The bike world has never seen anything like this”: Jay Townley on … Continue reading
The closest I’ve ever gotten to le Tour. Giovanni Lombardi leads out Mario Cipollini, Stage 2, Columbus, GA
Remember when you could do 100 miles on a lark, with minimal training, and without putting much thought into how much food or water you’d need? Yeah, those days were a million years ago.
Start with yumm. ~ advice from our almost 3 year old on how to approach a meal
Hope hates her eardrops. They’re cold and make her ears feel squishy. And she is part idiosyncratic, part control freak, so to put them in, you have to have a certain blanket on your lap, a different washcloth under her … Continue reading
Take SJG’s punctuated equilibrium and extrapolate over a billion solar systems instead of a million earth years. The math ain’t that hard. The problem is the assumption that earth-like consciousness is a typical outcome. It’s not. And when it does … Continue reading