Trail run with Jordan today to Hood’s Paradise Park. Twelve miles in total over three hours, and running for nine miles / two hours.
I didn’t bonk on this one, but I did feel pretty beat at the end of it. And today definitely wouldn’t have been a good day for forty.
The theory is that it was a combination of dehydration and the wrong heart rate for me. Planning to pick up a Garmin GPS + heart rate monitor watch — we’ll see how slow running at 145 bpm is like.
87 invites stamped, addressed and in the mail. Old school tech.
All my life I’ve wanted a way of comparing the contents of a site to the contents of the import file I just ingested. Imports always result in funky data, no matter how hard you try.
Next six weeks: Seattle, New York, Japan, Wisconsin, UK, Alaska, San Francisco. I don’t even…
If you’re only using one Vagrant on your local machine, you can make your Vagrant available everywhere by setting an environment variable in your .bash_profile:
Neat trick I just learned.
We’re using Github issues for all of our projects, but I still like Remember The Milk as the interface for deciding what I need to work on next. It would be neat if the two worked together.
An issue assigned to me in Github would produce a new inbox task in Remember The Milk (if one didn’t already exist with the issue in the URL field). I could then list, prioritize, and give a due date as needed. Completing the task in Remember The Milk would complete the issue in Github (and vice versa).
Couple of things I learned the hard way yesterday:
- When using a password to connect to an IRC server, you’ll need to join the room before you can post a message to it.
- IRC servers (or maybe it’s just ours) are quite slow to fully respond to connection requests. Like, two minutes slow.
Plans for today and tomorrow: running in Forest Park, picking up shelves to finish the entryway, designing the blag, hiking in the Gorge, getting a new book at Powell’s, making nograinola, and/or seeing a movie. In no particular order. The best type of weekend.
I went running. It cleared my head nicely. Time to work on Notify Humans. The End.
I love that Chrome is smart about saving form details. When I accidentally click away, and then hurriedly hit the “Back” button, there’s all my data again. Nice touch.