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Monthly Archives: November 2011
I decided on a Double Cardio Day today. So I put in Seed by Afro Celt Sound System (Awesome music, and a long enough album for two cardio sessions), and got on the stationary bike at Level 3: Then I … Continue reading
Cassini flyby focuses on Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
There’s a nasty, dirty habit that many writers indulge in. No, not this one… “Writing is not necessarily something to be ashamed of, but do it in private and wash your hands afterwards.” –Robert A. Heinlein. No, I’m talking about … Continue reading
Today’s soundtrack: Gaelic Storm. I decided to mix a little Cardio and Weight Day today; but then when I was done with the bike, most of my usual machines were occupied. So I did mostly Cardio, setting the bike to … Continue reading
94 out of 96. And I probably should’ve gotten the other two correct, if I had thought a minute. Can you stay?
Beautiful images from the Lunar Reconaissance Orbiter… (Warning: they’re preceded by a rather loud Monday Night Football ad.) Found in this article.
Sometimes I wonder why we writers bother to come up with weird creatures when nature can put our best efforts to shame. This guy was on the screen door yesterday. He had to be a good six inches long from … Continue reading
It seems that my body has no interest in trivial conventions like Daylight Savings Time, or the expiration of same. It wakes when it wakes, not when the arbitrary clock says it should. So today I was awake a full … Continue reading
As I discussed here, my writing challenge for this year is: At the end of every week, every story must be one of the following: Sold. In the hands of an editor who might buy it. Self-published to Kindle and … Continue reading