Monthly Archives: January 2004

On Track for Research

I first heard about this program when Steph and I volunteered at the Pony Express booth for the bike show back in November. It sounds pretty damn cool. The email (reproduced below) has all the details, but for you ADD … Continue reading

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Peter and I took the afternoon off and went up to MacWorld in San Francisco. The new miniature iPods are pretty neat — they’re thinner, and would fit really well in a tankbag map pouch. I use my “normal-sized” iPod … Continue reading

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More fun with ebay

I just won the other ebay auction I’d been bidding on, this time for a spare Superhawk seat. I’m going to carve it down a little bit, so I can swap it onto the bike when I want to ride … Continue reading

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Back to school

I’ve started taking a writing class through Stanford’s Continuing Studies program. It’s on improving writing productivity, and though I’ve only had one class so far, it’s fun. There are about 25 other students in the class, and it’s pretty diverse: … Continue reading

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Fun with Ebay

Woo! I just won an auction for four new (to me) carburetor boots for the VF700. The seller says they’re used but still soft, which is all I care about. The ones on Peter’s bike now are so rigid that … Continue reading

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