5 Things To Do As You Die

1.  Enjoy the silence.  You don't realize what a noisy contraption you've spent your life in.  Blood pressure, thumping heart, straining muscles, bones and meat.  When it all finally stops listen to the world, even if it's just for a moment, without the factory noises you've been experiencing your whole…

Signs of Spring 2018

The weather is fairly crap, but there are signs of spring as the sun returns more and more each day.  All done with the Canon T6i.  Macros are done with the 18-35mm kit lens, the birds are using the 'kit' 55-250mm long lens.   from Blogger http://ift.tt/2G2t3Qq via IFTTT

Installing LED lighting on the ZG1K Rat Bike

The mighty ZG1K modified Concours is just about done.  I've been plumbing the depths of the wiring loom working out how to integrate LED headlights and indicators into a 1994 electrical harness based on much less efficient bulbs.  Jumping into the future like that freaked out the existing flasher relay…

When Assistive Technology Doesn’t

Recently, my son was undergoing his IPRC process to enter high school and I'm suddenly privy to how parents experience this aspect of the public education system.  The parties at this meeting seemed to genuinely have my son's best interests at heart, but there are unseen forces in the education…

Photos from the Winter Road

These are some video screen grabs from the long way home commute from work last week.  Windy and cool, but still up near ten degrees Celsius with bright, winter sunshine.  The roads were relatively sand and salt free thanks to days of rain and floods.  The Ricoh Theta 360 camera is wrapped…

360 Winter Photos from the Saddle

These are some video screen grabs from the long way home commute from work last week.  Windy and cool, but still up near ten degrees Celsius with bright, winter sunshine.  The roads were relatively sand and salt free thanks to days of rain and floods. The Ricoh Theta 360 camera is wrapped…