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Steve Ansell
Works at Phase 2 Industries
Attended University of California, Davis
Lives in San Francisco, CA
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I haven't always felt as one obviously deserving of the label "his father's son." However, as I look back, so much of the person I am comes from my dad. The list of his influences on my life and my character is both extensive...
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Well, it's been another winter of fits and starts. Since the "Fear and Loathing" race, I've had a setbacks on a number of fronts. With almost no training at all the rest of December and a single 50K race in January, I decided...
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Fear and Loathing in the dead of night
The Hunter S. Thompson Fear and Loathing 50K/50M is one of those classic ultrarunning events that's been on my "to do" list for some time. It's been around for around 30 years and follows the San Francisco 49 mile Scenic Drive as it winds it's way through t...
The Hunter S. Thompson Fear and Loathing 50K/50M is one of those classic ultrarunning events that's been on my "to do" list for some time. It's been around for around 30 years and follows the San Francisco 49 mile Scenic Driv...
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Once more this year, work and life put running and writing in the back seat. People often talk about finding balance in life, but that state can be reached in multiple fashions. The fine, level balance of maintaining equilibr...
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Lets all have a moment of silence. A giant in the baking world has died today.
Like so many before him it was simple infection that got him in the end. He had a long and prosperous life. Sigh**
http://www.shopbakersnook.com/
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Frozen Tearsicles
The Iditarod Trail is an ephemeral thing, lasting for just one season each year. It is also essentially perpetual, renewed again the following winter after inevitable spring thaws. Unfortunately, the continuity of our own lives is never quite so certain and...
The Iditarod Trail is an ephemeral thing, lasting for just one season each year. It is also essentially perpetual, renewed again the following winter after inevitable spring thaws. Unfortunately, the continuity of our own liv...
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Well, it's been another winter of fits and starts. Since the "Fear and Loathing" race, I've had a setbacks on a number of fronts. With almost no training at all the rest of December and a single 50K race in January, I decided to go ahead with my plan to att...
Well, it's been another winter of fits and starts. Since the "Fear and Loathing" race, I've had a setbacks on a number of fronts. With almost no training at all the rest of December and a single 50K race in January, I decided...
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Tales From the Frozen Trail: The Real Story
Tales about gear choices, what I ate and where I slept are all well and good, but not what I imagine most people really  want to know about a week spent dragging sled along the Iditarod Trail. The questions are myriad: Are you alone the whole time?, Do you ...
Tales about gear choices, what I ate and where I slept are all well and good, but not what I imagine most people really want to know about a week spent dragging sled along the Iditarod Trail. The questions are myriad: Are you...
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Frozen food from Alaska
Health food need not apply! On top of the mound of gear piled on my sled, the other essential component to survival out there on the trail is, of course, food. You can always melt snow for water in a pinch, but for as many as...
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  • University of California, Davis
    Computer Science, 1987 - 1992
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Write stuff and debug things
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  • Phase 2 Industries
    CTO, present
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Woodside, CA - Fremont, CA - Clayton, CA
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