The sun in my eyes on my daily commute.
10 Questions To Distinguish Real From Fake Science. Another great resource for those who don’t want to post links to junk.
May is National Bike Month and a great time to get out your bike, dust if off, and go for a ride. To start the month, I rode to work and went for a lunchtime bike ride. Woo hoo! ;-)
Will you join me and ride your bike at least once this month?
My April Bicycling Accomplishments
- April is my best month of the year, so far: 220 miles. :-)
- I have biked 592 miles this year. Last year at this time, I’d only biked 95 miles, and the year before, 189 miles.
|Distance||Time / Bike|
|220||Biked in April1|
|592||Biked in 20142|
How is your 2014 so far on the bike?
LinkedIn: Where people I don’t know endorse me for skills I don’t have.
While waiting for a flight at Sacramento’s airport, I looked up.
The Pocket Guide to BS Prevention. A great process to vet stories when Snopes fails to provide any info. “Sharing a piece of news with 900 Facebook friends is not talking. It’s publishing. And publishing BS is extremely destructive: It makes it harder for the rest of us to distinguish between bogus news and something real, awful, and urgent.”
Here are a few shots from last weekend.
I bet some of you are judging me for the “modern” grammar. That might be missing the point. ;-)
Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t—you’re right.