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I reached 10,000 miles on my Nissan LEAF this past Sunday evening. It’s probably a lot less than normal driving for about 22 months, but just goes to show that an ev is a perfect fit for me. I just don’t really drive that far.
I took today off and spent the morning finishing the backyard swingset
A view of the structure which supports the dome ceiling over the lobby of the hotel which once served as the train station for Chattanooga.
This is my photo tribute to a picture by Trey taken on Day 20 of Whiskerino. And if that map looks familiar to you (or, perhaps, not all if you’re not a D&D fan), that’s because:
This is an old materials engineering handbook that was given to me by a professor upon his retirement from my undergrad university. I believe he rescued it from as it was being retired from the university library. When he was cleaning out his office, he asked a few students to come in, individually, and select… Continue reading Department of Engineering Science
Just a brief congratulations to my pal Kevin O’ for having a photo of his selected by the editors at Wired magazine as one of their picks for best self portrait. Of course, you’d never know it was Kevin in the photo… maybe that’s why they liked it? Anyway, it’s a cool picture and I’m… Continue reading Congrats to Kevin
Lone Bonobo — photo by Jason Coleman. I posted a number of photos from last Saturday’s trip to the San Diego Zoo over at Flickr yesterday. I suggest watching the slideshow to view them.
I’ve never given it much thought as I’ve tried to be consistent, but Flickr allows users to switch back and forth between Creative Commons licenses and traditional copyright, despite this being in violation of the CC license itself. Most of my work has been published under a Attribution- Noncommerical, Share-alike CC license since I first… Continue reading Flickr and Creative Commons