As it should be, some things don’t change.
That’s my opinion of the weather. Gray, wet, cold… nasty. Upside of getting out? I chatted with a nice guy on Richard Sachs road bike. Classic Sachs color and “atmo”. The guy passed me pleasantly enough, but I called out “Richard Sachs? You bastard!” with a big smile on my face. It caused him to… Continue reading Uncooperative
…cause the weather looks like this: But I managed before it started sleeting/frozen raining. I try and do some sort of epic ride every year around my birthday. I used to try and do it on my birthday, but that’s almost never possible somehow. But it doesn’t matter because it seems like no matter what… Continue reading I didn’t think it was going to happen at all…
Redis in Practice: Who’s Online?: Redis is one of the most interesting of the NOSQL solutions. It goes beyond a simple key-value store in that keys’ values can be simple strings, but can also be data structures. Redis currently supports lists, sets and sorted sets. This post provides an example of using Redis’ Set data… Continue reading Redis in Practice: Who’s Online?
When most people think of snow and bikes it looks like this: Or maybe even as below for some very dedicated folks who love biking and winter. But for Mike Curiak, it looks like this: There’s a lot about this very special bike that you can’t know from first glance. For example, the frame tubes… Continue reading Frame source
This story starts 2 years ago in early February. A person (to be named later) was posting pictures (the pic above is his as well) about a newly built bike. I had some questions, wrote to him, and learned a few things. Several months and a bike sale later, I was looking to build something… Continue reading Anticipation… arrival
…are both pretty and something for which I’m thankful. The thankful part includes not having to deal with a serious storm full of shoveling and cleanup.