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June 16th, 2009

12:35 pm

Have just spent half of lunchtime giggling over You Suck At Craigslist. There are more ways to spell "ottoman," Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy. Also now tempted to punctuate all sentences with too many bees

01:28 pm

I have an oooold tutorial on DA that I really ought to delete - DA lost a bunch of uploaded files some time back, and I never found a copy of my tut to re-upload to the site. I've got links in the description to similar tutorials, but periodically get people complaining that they can't download it. Like today, where the comment I got was:
I left the obvious response:

(As an aside, I managed to type "blockquote" as "blcoqkuote".)

03:40 pm

Thanks to sartorias, I've just been made aware of MagCloud, which is essentially a POD company for magazines, much like Lulu.com.

I now have a terrible urge to publish a magazine, although no content or ideas for same. XD

07:23 pm - Over a year...

...since I last posted on bike-riding. I've not really kept up with it since I moved into this place and broke the habit, but am attempting to get back to it, so I shall start posting again. Especially since I've now got the arthritis in my foot, so walking isn't something I'm going to be able to pick up on a serious basis right now.

So: same rules as before - the goal is 20 minutes a day, every day. I'm counting yesterday into today's post, just to make myself feel good.* I've never gotten around to replacing the electronic readout thingy on the bike, so I'm still going by my previous mileage - 3.5 mi/20 min.**

20 min. yesterday and today 7 mi. Total: 744 From Rivendell: 267 mi Mountains getting closer. Camping.

* Which is important!

** I also don't increase the amount of time I'm on the bike as I get more fit; I increase the resistance instead. Longer than 20 min tends to be exceedingly boring. My resistance has lowered enough in the past year that I shall not put it here, as it's embarassingly low. :D
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