Short form: Not bad. This was my first time on the bike since the car accident, and I was a little paranoid. I couldn’t have picked a better ride, for all that I did though.
Image Credits: nullrend.
This is a test.
It’s been awhile since I had one of the posts full of random shit. It seems like it might be time, I guess. Mostly because I feel like rambling a bit, and don’t really want to take the time to fully hash out things into their own standalone posts.
August was a little more productive than the last few. Perhaps because summer is winding down, and with it comes a bit less crazy and more time to tinker. So … Read more…
You make your own luck — good or bad.
This series has become tougher and tougher to write, as I amass more data every year and life gets more and more busy, which further delays the posting. Yes, I’m talking about shit that went down in 2015 in September of 2016. And, sadly, this is mostly just wankery for two reasons:
This year, I’m making use of TablePress so it should make for better reading of the actual list (and sorting by various data types, I think). Additionally, I’m using Google Web Fonts, some fancy-schmancy CSS3 stuff, and Google Charts to present elements that were previously boring flat graphics, so I’ve got more coding than I usually do…
Okay, so how’d it go?
Image Credits: Unsplash.
The RepRap project has slowed a bit, but that’s only because of my need to order a bunch of parts on a time-constrained budget. The Arduino/RAMPS 1.4 package is here, and as I write this draft a few other electrical components are en route.
Image Credits: Russ Nelson.
I don’t talk about fantasy football much on here. It’s just…well, I’m not super-rabid about it like some people. I enjoy it, it’s fun, it makes me more invested in football than I otherwise would be. It’s Dungeons & Dragons for jocks, when you get right down to it. Whatever the case, this is going to be my one annual post on the topic.
Image Credits: WikiImages.