Insight for the day: Technology will always change. People will always change, except for one thing: They are inherently messy. Each person has their own preferences, views, and world structures. You cannot design technology without first understanding the commonalities in the tangled mess of the people who will be using it. Photo: Danboard’s Messy Home by […]
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2014 has started. This marks year number 6 of getting into running and fitness. I look back on those early days and think: Geez. I had so much to learn. You see, I wasn’t a Resolutioner. It started in May 2008 with the perfect timing of a new mega gym opening up 10 minutes from my […]
When I last wrote, I was getting healthy, training for my first triathlon, and trying to find my Kilimanjaro. And, for the first month after that post, I was doing well on all three of those goals. I participated in my first indoor triathlon — even after being sick five days before it — and […]
So I set myself some interesting goals at the end of 2012. Figured it was about time to give everyone a bit of an update. Goal: Get Healthy. That’s coming along just fine. I’ve dropped 2% body fat since October, and I’ll be competing in my first indoor triathlon on Sunday. Most nights and then […]