Profile

Cover photo
Rich Bodo
Works at Having Fun
Attended Burning Uke 2010
Lives in Mountain View
135,214 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTubeReviews

Stream

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
Super-interesting low-tech, low-cost sensor technology idea:

Doesn't look like it's going to succeed as a kickstarter, but it should have.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/540997591/know-your-personal-chemical-exposure?ref=nav_search
University-developed science empowering individuals to use a simple wristband to measure their environmental chemical exposure.
1
Add a comment...

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
This is what I always hoped Asprey would write. These "weekly bullet points" type posts have high SNR. They remind me of Google reader. Sigh - RIP Google reader.


Introducing Bulletproof Bullet Points: Your Biohacking News Flash" https://www.bulletproofexec.com/introducing-bulletproof-bullet-points-your-biohacking-news-flash/ #balance #feedly 
Here at Bulletproof we frequently share cool new studies and articles with each other and revel in the amazingness of science and biohacking. Someone often brings up the question: “Is this worthy of a blog post?” Far too often, the answer is “Yes, but I don’t have time.
1
Add a comment...

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
Connecting car controls to the internet may be a bad thing.
1
Add a comment...

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
My friend Julie Newdoll has a new KICKSTARTER project -- a game that teaches chemistry concepts that is both surprisingly simple to play and understand, while at the same time explores details of chemical bonds that most adults have never learned.
Julie Newdoll is raising funds for Electronimoes - Circular Atomic Bonding Playing Cards on Kickstarter! Electronimoes circular atomic bonding cards are the chemistry game to play first! Shared electron pairs match visually, like dominoes.
View original post
1
Add a comment...

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
I like Dave Aspreys nutrition research. I personally just ignore any mention of his products and his fear of mold, and replace them with the natural product and common sense. For example, here he bubbles up some research showing that delicious extra virgin coconut oil improves the utility of rice. Ignoring his contention the his oil products should be used instead, its a great article for me.
White rice is a great source of carbohydrate – in moderation and at the right time of day.  And we all know that coconut oil provides useful energy on the Bulletproof Diet.
1
Add a comment...

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
Cookie monster is the guy that really made me realize the genius of sesame street as an adult. They made a show that kids and adults could both recognize different aspects of themselves in. That's great kids writing - it's family writing.
1
Add a comment...

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
Nice Bash auto complete tool:

"qfc" http://onethingwell.org/post/124920269384 #tech #feedly 
1
Add a comment...

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
This may be unlikely to have impact, but let me tell you, writing a comment on that petition was the most cathartic bit of writing I've done in a while.  Putting into words an attempt to convince presidential candidates to act responsibly was a challenge.  Highly recommend.

http://act.demandprogress.org/sign/presidential-candidates-fight-revolving-door/
Tell 2016 Candidates: Pledge to Fight the Corrupting Revolving Door
1
Add a comment...

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
The final conclusion of this article on Musks energy reform strategy rings true to me: He will get more done by giving the energy industry a kick in the pants than by trying to solve its problems. Innovations that solve a tiny part of a larger problem can motivate big players to action to avoid disruption. That feels like the opportunity Musk is jumping on.

http://bravenewclimate.com/2015/07/05/making-sense-of-the-tesla-triumvirate-solar-batteries-and-electric-vehicles/
Guest Post by Graham Palmer. Graham recently published the book “Energy in Australia: Peak Oil, Solar Power, and Asia’s Economic Growth” (“Springer Briefs in Energy” series). The Tesla Powerwall is...
1
Add a comment...

Rich Bodo

Shared publicly  - 
 
Fourth of Juplaya 2015 - probably more interesting than any other fourth of july celebration I've been to.  Lots of fireworks and exploring to be done, in the harsh environment of the playa.

I hope this never becomes an organized event like burning man, because the charm of the whole thing was that there were no rules and everyone still had fun and brought the necessary infrastructure to get along.  As soon as it gets organized, it won't be worth it (two days of driving for two days of exploring is borderline as it stands).

It's hard to tell what's going on in this video, because I changed phone angles a lot (due to dancing and catching interesting explosions and finally an impending sandstorm). But you can see a fireworks battle, and some ground launched fireworks, and of course, a disco and some art cars.
1
Add a comment...
Collections Rich is following
Work
Occupation
Taking a year off
Employment
  • Having Fun
    Plays Well With Others, present
  • Kiva.org
    IT Guy, 2012
  • abaca
    the dude
  • va research
    box kicker
  • telephonyware
    shopkeeper
  • open source telecom
    the guy under that desk
  • usmc
    volleyball specialist
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Mountain View
Previously
Lost Altos
Contact Information
Home
Phone
6502836037
Email
Work
Email
Story
Introduction
I am fond of those photons reflected from cute things.  Sadly, few of my non-animal friends supply these.  

              
Bragging rights
I can fix or destroy most things in about an hour, although I often avoid this.
Education
  • Burning Uke 2010
    Harmonica
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Looking for
Friends
Relationship
Single
Other names
richbodo, icltlfatppl, rsb
Dana Street is a Community Center that happens to be a coffee shop. The *people* in the local Mountain View community are the only reason to go there. I have been going here for 20 years. Nine out of ten times I go, I have an interesting, intelligent conversation with someone. This is how you visit Dana Street: 1) Have nothing to do 2) Order whatever, it doesn't matter, it's all average fare. That's not what you are there for. Joke with staff, they are usually responsive to that. 3) Sit with other people, hopefully at the big table or outside at a table, so you can chat. 4) Strike up a conversation, get to know them. They are interesting. 5) If there are musicians playing, enjoy them. If you are a musician, bring an instrument and play around with it outside, someone will probably join you. Rinse. Repeat.
• • •
Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
1 review
Map
Map
Map