During the past six months or so, I transitioned from using Endomondo to Strava as my go-to activity tracker. You may have read my previous post about Endomondo (click here to view it). I struggled with the decision for one major reason: I had convinced a l...
Over the last couple of months, I have been transitioning to a new job. At the end of May, I resigned from my position at the company I have worked at for the past nine years in order to start a new job on an entirely new career path. For me, it is an incre...
Over the last couple of weeks, I admit that I have not come up with a new training plan or set of training goals. At first, this was somewhat due to me not committing to a single course of action or even being somewhat lazy. However, it has now become the...
Throughout my life, my bicycle has been an integral part of how I get around. For most of my childhood, I got to and from school by bike. I used my bike to get around in the small-ish town I grew up in. When I moved to Richmond, I used my bike to get to and...
Map from the City of Burnaby website. Click for more detail. I work in the south Burnaby area and, given my propensity to run on trails rather than roads, exploring this park has become my most-travelled running route, by far. I have posted previously ab...
Hiker Documents His 159-Day Pacific Crest Trail Trek in Self-Portrait Ph...
Back in 2011, modern day mountain man Kolby Kirk spent 159 days hiking 1,700 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, a feat that he documented in
LOOK: Powerful Ad Will Make You Second-Guess Your Driving
It is time to slow down. If you're one of the many people who drives too fast on the road, this commercial sponsored by the New Zealand Tran
Android 4.4.1 rolling out to Nexus 4, Nexus 7 (2013) LTE, also hitting A...
Android 4.4.1 rolling out to Nexus 4, Nexus 7 (2013) LTE, also hitting AOSP
Copenhagen Wheel bike booster rolls out, available for pre-order
For four years we thought it was vaporware, but they have been working away in stealth mode and have now launched publicly.
Manitoba town’s first liquor store brews discontent in Mennonite country
City’s first liquor store in deeply religious city has residents on both sides up in arms
Science Explains Why Slacking Online Really Makes You More Productive
If you're reading this at work in between things you should be doing, or if you like to kill time at the office by heading over to Facebook,
Googlers say “F*** you” to NSA, company encrypts internal network
NSA had reverse-engineered many of Google's and Yahoo's inner workings.