All the runners were tracked in real-time: Get split times and finish information instantly on a pager, text messaging number or e-mail. This free service is a great way for spectators to cheer for their runner (or runners) and be there to meet them for the celebration at the finish line. Live split locations will … Continue reading Marine Corps Marathon technology report
In the excellent Iron Cross cyclocross race, I fell down several times and injuried my wrist. I’m temporarily limited to typing with one hand. Thus short posts this week.
Have I mentioned recently that my brother is a world-famous mountain climber? A photojournalist has provided pictures of my brother’s recent Denali expedition. Fearless Internauts, follow this expedition!
The Anti-Humbaba Action Coalition has staged a few small and futile protests outside DC art establishments. Walking in ragged figures while holding poorly drawn signs, they chanted: 2-4-6-8 what do we want to liberate? Art Art Art in action, art in use hanging on walls, ain’t no excuse! Apparently disgruntled handicraft workers, they’re easy to … Continue reading get off the couch
The past few weeks have produced stunning news in the world of competitive cycling. But no news is more fantastic than the unprecedented victory of Taxman and the Lanterne Rouge in the Tour de Frolorado. Follow all the action on youtube: Prologue and Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6 … Continue reading The Lanterne Rouge Wins the Tour de Frolorado!
The Carnival of the Mobilists, a fine collection of blogging on mobile and wireless communication. Check out No. 29 over at Open Gardens.
Democracy depends on an active, informed citizenry that is not continuously angry, frustrated, or depressed. Citizen journalism, open source journalism, grass-roots journalism, the fifth estate, pajamas media — whatever you want to call it — has many potential public benefits. Not often recognized, but most importantly, it is a vital defender of public good humor. … Continue reading end your morning with citizen journalism
Studying my unsolicited email, I came across this information: Here are the 10 Most Read Articles on NYTimes.com from 2005. 1) Maureen Dowd: What’s a Modern Girl to Do? Published: October 30, 2005 Burning your bra or padding it. Demanding “Ms.” or flaunting “Mrs.” Splitting the check or letting him pay. … Another financial possibility … Continue reading oh no, not that modern!
All my friends’ drivin’ traffic I must blow some fog.