Monthly Archives: March 2012

Timing Belt Changed!

I’m planning on taking my three-cylinder, 55 horsepower Geo Metro to Portland this summer after converting it into a tiny RV.  The first step in this process was to restore its auto-mobility.  I recently spent about a month diagnosing and … Continue reading

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Sweaty and Under the Hood

I’m currently torquing my crankshaft.

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Got a House in my Pocket!

Got a House in my Pocket!

This rad portable tent fits in your pocket, is light enough to float, and is reversible to either absorb or reflect sun. Wow!

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Bubble House!

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Evolution Does Not Necessarily Mean Improvement

From Sex at Dawn: It is a common mistake to assume that evolution is a process of improvement, that evolving organisms are progressing toward some final, perfected state. But they, and we, are not. An evolving society or organism simply … Continue reading

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RSA Animate – The Divided Brain

The most informative ten minutes you’ll ever spend understanding the human brain.

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Doing Without

“We are enriched not by what we posses, but by what we can do without.” — Immanuel Kant

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SX Hobnobstering

Had a great time at the IndyGoGo party! Thanks to Dan for getting me in!

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Why Paleo Works

This presentation by Robb Wolf really gets into the details of the science and hypotheses behind a Paleo diet avoids cancer, reverse Type II diabetes, and auto-immune disorders. I’ve been following a Paleo diet for the past year or so, … Continue reading

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Over the Dip

I’ve blogged recently about feeling really overwhelmed with items to take care of.  I think we’ve all been there.  I’ve been using Getting Things Done to help ride herd on my massive list of tasks, and I can’t recommend it … Continue reading

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