Monthly Archives: June 2012
I was excited to try slope gliding my Alula and Merlin at the slope site at Waddell Beach last Sunday, but the wind was blowing from the south. The slope site is a cliff facing northwest so the wind was blowing from the opposite direction for optimal lift. I noticed some seagulls hanging off the … Continue reading
Cristiano Ronaldo’s upright posture and quick crossover footwork looks like Riverdance on the pitch.
I ran a 2.5mi run with a pace of 8’59” with Nike+ SportWatch GPS. #nikeplus #makeitcount Slowed down due to… http://t.co/yVxaCkjd
I crushed a 2.6 mi run with a pace of 8’58” with Nike+ SportWatch GPS. #nikeplus #makeitcount: http://t.co/kzDxG0N4
Five Blackhawks and three C-130s flying overhead from Moffett Field equals serious awesomeness.
B.J. Blazkowicz would be proud of Jakub Blaszczykowski and his goal today http://t.co/Ai9orOGZ
Hovering my RC Factory Edge 540 this morning, and a neighborhood kid asks if the plane can fly like a normal plane 😉
I crushed a 4.1mi run with a pace of 7’34” with Nike+ SportWatch GPS. #nikeplus #makeitcount : http://t.co/SiDO9ukT
Link via LA Times Though he didn’t drive, Bradbury could often be spotted out and about Los Angeles. A familiar figure with a wind-blown mane of white hair and heavy black-framed glasses, he’d browse the stacks of libraries and bookstores, his bicycle leaning against a store front or pole just outside. My favorite Bradbury short … Continue reading
Asimov, Clarke, and Heinlein were my S.F. masters. Now Bradbury is gone too. Kaleidoscope was my favorite story. R.I.P.