Today's ride: 45 minutes, 6.79 miles.
This week's Cosmos explained how plants produce clean energy.
Gizmodo: A Pyramid Built To Track the End of the World.
From now on when anything weird or dangerous happens you'll wonder if you're experiencing a Heartbleed hack.
2001 Internet World interview re SOAP and XML-RPC.
Gothamist: Prospect Park Bike Lane Doesn't Impede Traffic.
Lifehacker: Stop Telling Yourself You're Too Busy.
Great piece and here's a wonderful insight: "There is no greater mistake than the hasty conclusion that opinions are worthless because they are badly argued." Even people who communicate well, fall apart when they're scared. So when it gets intense, you have to try to listen even better than you normally would. Which is tough, because you're scared too (when arguing).
It's interesting timing because I'm working on a project that uses XML-RPC in node.js. So I'm actively coding in the framework we designed in 1998, and also get to read about what I was thinking at the time. It's preserved on archive.org. Haven't worked at this level in a decade or more.
What's really cool is to see the support was already there in node.js, and it works really well. That's excellent. People working together over large blocks of time. Probably not because it's good or idealistic, rather because it's useful and fits into what we're doing.