What chance does data have when faced with strong opinions?! Some tips…
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By Leo Babauta You’re walking down the street, and you’re worried about being late for meeting someone. You’re anxious about what they might think of you. You pass some people and worry a bit about what they think of you, without realizing you’re doing it. You’re worried about some things at work, and all the […]
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Another weekend, another six new parkruns to experience. Welcome to Basildon parkrun, Beeston parkrun, Parke parkrun, Keswick parkrun all in the UK, Konstancin-Jezioma parkrun in Poland and lastly George parkrun in South Africa. This brings our total number of parkruns … Continue reading →
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Race entry fees are a hot topic in the Scottish running community, with many feeling mass participation event prices are too high. There is no such controversy surrounding a new race in Milngavie, however, which is charging a rather unusual fee.
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Saturday 12th April 2014, 7pm, The Mound Edinburgh. The UK’s only multi-discipline, uphill sprint race is returning to Scotland for the second time to settle a long-standing battle between bike disciplines. The concept is simple; Any Rider. Any Bike. One Hill. Red Bull Hill Chasers is a night time uphill eliminator race for all bike more »
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Q&Q (a company founded almost 40 years ago as part of Citizen) has finally made its once Japan-only SolarSmile watches available internationally. So for just $40 (£24.04)—with free shipping—you can get a simple timepiece that never needs winding, charging, or a new battery. All that’s required of you is to set the time, and decide […]
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Mod is a line of notebooks that "syncs to the cloud."
Paper is awesome. So is digital. We shouldn’t have to choose between them in a zero-sum game, right? That’s why the popular sketching app Paper now lets you output your digital drawings into physical books. Now a brand called Mod is offering the same product in reverse: handsome physical notebooks that "sync" to a digital app and web service. All hail the flip-flop!
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