Oak, one of Pearl street’s newest restaurants, has a single beer tap. Currently it’s 10.10.10 from Stone. Pretty crazy choice. Crazy awesome.
Turns out when you live in a state that’s not completely saturated in the auto industry, you have to jump through a few more hoops to get your vehicle on the road. Like emissions testing and paying a tax basedRead more → Scooby on the Dyno!
Saw this at the Denver Airport this morning — it’s an ad for a bank giving away “free books,” with a QR code to scan from a smartphone. There were several others as well: one for free crosswords, one forRead more → QR codes for Free books
Oh snap! Maybe Gabe’s theory from Penny-Arcade will be factoring out the “Anonymity” term soon. (http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2004/03/19/)
When you get a flat, make sure you check not only the tire for burrs, pokes, nails and bits of glass, but also the rim & rimtape for damage, holes and rough bits. I’m on my fourth tube since swappingRead more → Handy Bike Tip #1
I’ve just dropped two different Netflix discs into two different mailboxes: One here at the office, the other down the street at the USPS office. I’m curious which will be delivered to the Lansing facility the fastest. The one downstairsRead more → The Great Netflix Experiment
Which is quite an accomplishment on a singlespeed, I contest. In fairness, it’s been sagging a bit for over a week now, so the blame falls entirely on me. I was dodging and weaving through the detritus left on PackardRead more → Dropped a chain
As it snowed yesterday, I realized it was time to step out to the LBS and pick up a new pair of tires for the winter haul. I picked up a set of Kenda Small Block 8s and got themRead more → First Ride on the Snow Tires!
With the recent plummet in gas prices, one might think that commuters saddled with the burden of paying for it would be in, collectively, a rosier mood. Not so, says an encounter I had this morning at Fourth & William.Read more → Gas Prices Down, Yet Drivers Still Cranky — Must Be Something Else