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About SAO'

Dad to two amazing girls, husband to one.

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.

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Can now add “attended Stanford” to my continuing education list. Stanford Code in Place 2021 Final Project Next up: Global Thermonuclear Warfare.

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Ike and Bikes

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

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Blast from the Past

The closest I’ve ever gotten to le Tour. Giovanni Lombardi leads out Mario Cipollini, Stage 2, Columbus, GA

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Glory Days

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.

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Sage Advice

Start with yumm. ~ advice from our almost 3 year old on how to approach a meal

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Ear Drops

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

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There is no Fermi’s Paradox

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

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A Glorious Dawn

Not a sunrise, but a galaxy rise. MC Sagan featuring Snoop Hawking Dog.

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Two Generations Apart

The world ain’t comin’ to an end, my friend. The world is comin’ to a start. Purlie Victorious Judson My dad got an iPhone two Novembers ago. His intent was to be able to FaceTime the grandkids. Fourteen months later, … Continue reading

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