Here’s another photo from my drive from Fairbanks, Alaska to Deadhorse and Prudhoe Bay.
This is a photo from the drive I once took from Fairbanks, Alaska all the way up to Deadhorse and Prudhoe Bay.
My disability fraud neighbor finally got a job. I'd like to think it had something to do with my motivational speaking, but I think what really happened was that he needed some money to go on a date.
~ a note from Wasilla, Alaska, August 31, 2010
It's a little disconcerting to walk up to the car repair shop and see some dude driving down the road in my car, window down, sipping a 32-ounce drink from a straw, and generally looking comfortable. They really took my “drive it as much as you need to” comment seriously.
~ Wasilla, Alaska, August 30, 2010
Here’s my latest favorite coffee mug, given to me by a friend, and filled with some organic espresso this afternoon.
(And if you like coffee mugs, you might also like my article, How to design products people love.)
Less than 24 hours back in Colorado, and I made a woman cry today.
But it was a good thing.
We were talking and I mentioned something we had talked about previously, and she said, “I can’t believe you remember that,” and started crying.
Just like someone lifted my spirits back in December of 2005 (a story I wrote about recently), never underestimate the effects of a kind word.
~ August 29, 2018
Motivated by GraalVM, I rewrote my
sbtmkdirs command using Scala. Here’s a link to the new Scala `sbtmkdirs` project on Github.
I’m told that last August I drove from Kentucky to Colorado.
I haven’t read this article yet, but it comes highly recommended: Quantum computing for the very curious.
“We don’t take any days for granted,” said Pagano, 58, whom the Bears hired in January. “Every day that we get, we try to kick its ass, take full advantage of it. If you get another one, we’re going to do the same thing the next day.”
“‘Live full, die empty’ is the motto now.”
~ from this story on Chuck Pagano