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Productivity in plaintext
I've been sitting on this post for a while, aware of the irony of spending any length of time reading or writing about productivity. But this article should be an axe sharpener, particularly for those interested in getting away from third-party or over-engineered software and back to basics. The goal is to take back control of the entire productivity workflow, operate at K, the speed of keyboard, regardless of computer spec and to eliminate complex and proprietary software. It's KISS, it's UNIX, it's boring. But does it work?
yesterday
about my book notes | Derek Sivers
I have a collection of my notes from the 250+ books I’ve read since 2007. This page is just to…
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3 days ago
An Index of Ideas
About 18 months ago I stopped buying non-fiction books on Kindle. At first, it was all about the money. In my research for creating The Focus Course I was…
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3 days ago
Opinion | Why There Is No ‘Liberal Tea Party’
Opinion In October 2015, John Boehner was driven from office by right-wing members of his own caucus. His successor, Paul Ryan, despite having been chosen as…
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5 days ago
How The Wire became the greatest TV show ever made
It won no Emmys, was dwarfed by The Sopranos in its viewing figures, and every season was a struggle to get recommissioned. A decade ago this spring, The Wire…
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5 days ago
Trevon Duval and the Other Side of Duke’s One-and-Done Era
Getty Images/Ringer illustration Trevon Duval declared for the NBA draft last week, but the Duke freshman’s decision was made for him back in January. That’s…
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12 days ago
Why Zuckerberg’s 14-Year Apology Tour Hasn’t Fixed Facebook
In 2003, one year before Facebook was founded, a website called Facemash began nonconsensually scraping pictures of students at Harvard from the school’s…
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12 days ago
2-Compartment Cafeteria Tray | Schoolhouse Electric
Evoking the old days of navigating the school cafeteria with a lunch tray in hand, this two-compartment gray tray offers versatile utility with a playful vintage feel. Manufactured in the United States from a vintage mold that we brought back into production, the lightweight, high-impact fiberglass is impervious to stains, odors and scratches. The perfect multipurpose piece, this Schoolhouse Exclusive is ideal for desk and table top organization, serving up snacks or cocktails, or livening up a bare end table.
20 days ago
Young Steve Jobs on how to hire, manage, and lead people
How Steve Jobs managed people, led people, gave people a common vision, hired insanely great people, and how he avoided "professionals."
20 days ago
Travel Wallet | Leather Passport Holders with RFID | Bellroy
No more beading with nervous sweat as you shuffle through your bags, looking for your passport. The Travel Wallet enables you to keep all of your important documents in one place while fitting snugly in your pocket. With two note sections, a tailored passport pouch, card slots and even a handy pen, the only thing you need to worry about is making sure you get a window seat on the plane.
24 days ago
Jerrod Carmichael: 8
Taped in December 2016 before a live audience at the historic Masonic Hall in New York City, the show features Jerrod Carmichael's subversive, thought-provoking take on cultural norms.
24 days ago
Mastermind - Desktop Writing Pad • Baron Fig
Your desk is your command center and you are at the helm.
Featuring dot grid paper and tear-away pages, the Mastermind is a large
desk pad that integrates seamlessly into your workflow.
5 weeks ago
Reddit and the Struggle to Detoxify the Internet
“The Internet started as a bastion for free expression,” a former Reddit C.E.O. wrote. These days, “the trolls are winning.” Illustration by Javier Jaén Which…
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5 weeks ago
Wind Up Kidd Chronicle — by Craig Mod
So it’s a rare and wonderful thing to find a contemporary book wrapped in something I just can’t remove. Or, rather, wrapped in something I love to keep on, to remove, and then replace, again and again. This is the case with The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, my favorite{ref1} Haruki Murakami book.
5 weeks ago
Joel Berry II and Grayson Allen Are Entering Their Final Act
Getty Images/Ringer illustration Joel Berry II had to score. After North Carolina had pulled ahead by as many as 10 points in the second half of its February 8…
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5 weeks ago
Meet the campaign connecting affluent techies with progressive candidates around the country
Paul Spencer, a Congressional candidate in Little Rock, Arkansas, has never worked at a tech company. He doesn’t represent tech industry issues. He doesn’t even…
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6 weeks ago
Brackets - A modern, open source code editor that understands web design.
With focused visual tools and preprocessor support, Brackets is a modern text editor that makes it easy to design in the browser. It's crafted from the ground up for web designers and front-end developers.
6 weeks ago
Logic Magazine
We are a print magazine about technology that publishes three times per year, with a small digital footprint. Want to know more? Read our manifesto.
6 weeks ago
GitHub - data61/fp-course: Functional Programming Course
The course is structured according to a linear progression and uses the Haskell programming language to learn programming concepts pertaining to functional programming.
6 weeks ago
Christopher Steele, the Man Behind the Trump Dossier
Steele told friends that Trump supporters were using him as a “battering ram” to “take down the whole intelligence community.” Illustration by Cristiana…
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6 weeks ago
How To Enjoy Exercising Even If You're A Fat, Sensitive Nerd
Illustration: Angelica Alzona (GMG) As an overweight woman who performs in public, I’ve resented the ways in which women like me are reduced to our bodies and…
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6 weeks ago
Complaining Is Useless
One Sunday last August, maybe halfway through a 22-mile trail run in 85 degrees and full sun, the day after we’d run 24 trail miles as part of a training…
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7 weeks ago
Why I Quit Google to Work for Myself
For the past four years, I’ve worked as a software developer at Google. On February 1st, I quit. It was because they refused to buy me a Christmas present.…
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7 weeks ago
Elm, Elixir, and Phoenix: Reflecting on a Functional Full-Stack Project
A couple days ago, I wrapped up work on a side-project I started back in December 2016. It started out as a barebones server-side-rendered Phoenix app, and my…
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7 weeks ago
Letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, post 12 May 1780
I must study Politicks and War that my sons may have liberty to study Painting and Poetry Mathematicks and Philosophy. My sons ought to study Mathematicks and Philosophy, Geography, natural History, Naval Architecture, navigation, Commerce and Agriculture, in order to give their Children a right to study Painting, Poetry, Musick, Architecture, Statuary, Tapestry and Porcelaine.
7 weeks ago
Last blog standing, “last guy dancing”: How Jason Kottke is thinking about kottke.org at 20
In 2013, Jason Kottke wrote a prediction for Nieman Lab’s year-end roundup: “ The blog is dead, long live the blog. ” Kottke was then (and still is) owner of…
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9 weeks ago
Trucks & Manliness
Capitalism, the sort we have now, demands from us total uniformity. We have to accept its premise that instead of living, breathing human beings, we are each…
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10 weeks ago
22 Short Novels You Can Finish on Your Next Flight
You can read some of our favorite fiction from the past 50 years in less time than it takes to fly from one coast to the other. Yes, Gatsby . Yes, The Old Man…
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10 weeks ago
Of Course, N.C. State-UNC Is A Rivalry. It's Just A Bad One.
Photo Credit: Gerry Broome/ AP Photo Three days ago, before Duke poo-poo’d all over itself during a ghastly second half and gave the folks in Chapel Hill…
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10 weeks ago
A list of 25 Principles of Adult Behavior by John Perry Barlow
Silicon Valley visionary John Perry Barlow died last night at the age of 70. When he was 30, the EFF founder (and sometime Grateful Dead lyricist) drew up a…
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10 weeks ago
Blogs are “thought spaces”
A long long long time ago when I started blogging, it was for two reasons: I wanted to share what I learned on a daily basis as a reporter — tiny bytes of…
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10 weeks ago
Take the Power Back – iA
Take the Power Back 07. February 2018 You may have heard that the best way to deal with the “information overload” is to switch off your devices. To take a…
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10 weeks ago
How I Created Great Rituals in January : zen habits
In the month of January, I created a handful of incredible rituals, and they’ve been changing my life. The rituals are meant to support my focuses for 2018 :…
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10 weeks ago
Exploring ReasonML and functional programming
Exploring ReasonML and functional programming A book by Dr. Axel Rauschmayer Get the book Read “Exploring ReasonML” online for free. Buy the ebook (DRM-free…
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10 weeks ago
Zero to 100 | By Harry Kane
Failure is a funny thing, when you’re a kid. I remember the day so clearly. There was this park right behind our house in Chingford, and I’d go there all the…
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11 weeks ago
Career Structure. It doesn't matter. Until it matters.
In this article, I’m going to talk about career structure, career development, and career titles in a tech organisation. This post is more about organisational…
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12 weeks ago
Dean Allen – on his mother’s wedding.
Dear Dad, So Mom got married yesterday. It was in a park, amid some lurid autumn trees. The…
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january 2018
The Fall of Travis Kalanick Was a Lot Weirder and Darker Than You Thought
A year ago, before the investor lawsuits and the federal investigations, before the mass resignations, and before the connotation of the word “Uber” shifted…
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january 2018
Is the Answer to Phone Addiction a Worse Phone?
SAN FRANCISCO — I’ve gone gray, and it’s great. In an effort to break my smartphone addiction, I’ve joined a small group of people turning their phone screens…
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january 2018
It's the (Democracy-Poisoning) Golden Age of Free Speech
For most of modern history, the easiest way to block the spread of an idea was to keep it from being mechanically disseminated. Shutter the news­paper, pressure…
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january 2018
Inside David Foster Wallace's Private Self-Help Library
“Humility — the acceptance that being human is good enough — is the embrace of ordinariness.” — underlined by David Foster Wallace in his copy of Ernest Kurtz’s…
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january 2018
Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action | TED Talk | TED.com
Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership -- starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers ...
january 2018
Start With Why: Legacy Vs. Impact
Do you ever ask yourself why? Why do you crave success? Why does success matter so much? What are you striving for? Many of us have a fuzzy answer to this…
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january 2018
Addicted to Your iPhone? You’re Not Alone - The Atlantic
Tristan Harris believes Silicon Valley is addicting us to our phones. He’s determined to make it stop.
january 2018
The Great Attention Heist - Los Angeles Review of Books
Wu argues that we need a balance between two kinds of attention in order to be healthy: the transitory kind that happens in natural shifts of focus during daily life, and the sustained kind, such as when we are reading a book. But such sustained attention is increasingly ceded to the deliberate and chronic summoning of transitory attention by digital technologists.
january 2018
Hakyll - Home
Static sites are fast, secure, easy to deploy, and manageable using version control.

Hakyll is a Haskell library for generating static sites, mostly aimed at small-to-medium sites and personal blogs. It is written in a very configurable way and uses an xmonad-like DSL for configuration.

Integration with pandoc gives us markdown and TeX support, including syntax highlighting and other goodies.
january 2018
In China, a Three-Digit Score Could Dictate Your Place in Society | WIRED
One day a new icon appeared on Liu’s Alipay home screen. It was labeled Zhima Credit (or Sesame Credit). The name, like that of Alipay’s parent company, evoked the story of Ali Baba and the 40 thieves, in which the words open sesame magically unseal a cave full of treasure. When Liu touched the icon, he was greeted by an image of the Earth. “Zhima Credit is the embodiment of personal credit,” the text underneath read. “It uses big data to conduct an objective assessment. The higher the score, the better your credit.” Further down was a button that read, in clean white characters, “Start my credit journey.” He tapped.
january 2018
How to Build a Successful Team
Building a successful team is about more than finding a group of people with the right mix of professional skills. Over the course of interviewing over 500 leaders for Corner Office, I asked them all about the art of fostering a strong sense of teamwork. Their insights can help you lay the groundwork for a highly productive team that can communicate, cooperate and innovate in an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.
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december 2017
Cal Newport's morning routine - Business Insider
On a workday, my morning begins early, at a few minutes past 6 a.m.

Stopping only to drink a glass of water, I head straight outside for a walk with my dog.

This time of year, it’s dark when the walk starts, but I don’t mind the solitude.
december 2017
Zebra Mildliner Double-Sided Highlighter - Fine / Bold - Mild Gray - JetPens.com
Featuring softly colored ink, the Zebra Mildliner is perfect for the times when you want to highlight something without overwhelming everything else on the page. It features water-based ink and a convenient double-sided design—a standard chisel tip on one end for normal highlighting and a fine bullet tip on the other for underlining, circling, and writing notes.
december 2017
Stop using Facebook and start using your browser
In “an open memo, to all marginally-smart people/consumers of internet ‘content’”, Foster Kamer has a small suggestion to those who care about the health and…
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december 2017
We've Forgotten How To Fear
I will tell you: It is a very different experience to watch Testament right now, in December 2017, with Donald Trump as President and every little failsafe eroding a little bit more every day. It is a lot fucking different.
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december 2017
What Are Your First Principles? Lessons For The New Year
With the new year right around the corner, I’ve been thinking a lot about who I am as a person. What am I all about? What is important to me? How do I want to…
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december 2017
In 2017, key Facebook builders disowned their creation
Less than a week ago, Facebook published an extraordinary statement unlike anything in its history. The company acknowledged for the first time that ordinary…
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december 2017
Productivity is dangerous
My personal rule is that if you aren’t quite certain that a certain action will be good for you and the world, you shouldn’t do it. Do nothing, which is likely…
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december 2017
Techies Still Think They're the Good Guys. They're Not. | Backchannel
In September, I met with a prominent entrepreneur looking for positive press on his new project. Meetings like these are a common, usually formulaic, part of my…
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december 2017
Building a slack bot in elixir – Bot Tutorials
Slack Bot overview We’ll build a slack bot using Elixir that will handle tasks , users (slack users, actually) and groups (of users). The main bot’s job will be…
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december 2017
Quit social media | Dr. Cal Newport | TEDxTysons - YouTube
'Deep work' will make you better at what you do. You will achieve more in less time. And feel the sense of true fulfillment that comes from the mastery of a skill.
december 2017
The Hammock Papers: Love.
And there is quite a different sort of conversation around a fire than there is in the shadow of a beech tree. Four dry logs have in them all the circumstance necessary to a conversation of four or five hours, with chestnuts on the plate and a jug of wine between the legs. Yes, let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius.
december 2017
Therm-a-Rest Trekker Lounge Chair | Backcountry.com
Use your cushy sleeping pad for more than just snoozing. Whether you've spent all day hiking, climbing, or pedaling for miles, turning your cushy sleeping pad into a lounge chair when you stumble back to camp exhausted is always a good idea. Use Therm-A-Rest's Trekker Lounge Chair to get set up, and enjoy the evening stretched out by the fire refueling after a busy day. Built with elastic sleeve edges that easily wrap around most standard mattress pads, the chair frame itself packs down small so you can always justify stashing it in the car before a weekend away.
december 2017
Hestra Utsjo | Huckberry
Hestra has been making gloves since 1936, so they know what they’re doing. Every single pair of their gloves are made in their own factories and they personally source all materials—two factors which ensure the complete control over their production chain and guarantee quality. The Utsjo is a dress glove made from supple Nordic elk leather, insulated with Primaloft for warmth and lined with fleece for comfort.
december 2017
How Evil Is Tech? - The New York Times
Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel wrote that we take a break from the distractions of the world not as a rest to give us more strength to dive back in, but as the climax of living. “The seventh day is a palace in time which we build. It is made of soul, joy and reticence,” he said. By cutting off work and technology we enter a different state of consciousness, a different dimension of time and a different atmosphere, a “mine where the spirit’s precious metal can be found.”
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november 2017
Overcast for iOS 11 coming soon – Marco.org
In Hello Internet episode 4, CGP Grey introduced a metaphor for work-life balance as four light bulbs — work, friends, family, and health — between which one can allocate 100 watts, total. So it’s possible to shine brightly in one area at significant cost to the others, or to try to have a mediocre spread between all of them.
november 2017
Scribner's Catskill Lodge
Scribner's Catskill Lodge is reopening following an extensive renovation for a new generation of urban explorers. With thoughtful design, friendly service, and delicious food and drinks, the lodge is the perfect basecamp for your weekend adventures. In addition to our 38 guest rooms and suites, we offer a locally-inspired restaurant, multiple indoor and outdoor event spaces, and over 20 acres of mountainside to explore. 
november 2017
Grey mix shawl collar lambswool cardigan jacket | No Man Walks Alone
This cardigan looks and feels its best when worn as outerwear. Its thick gauge, stylish shawl collar and updated horn buttons make it a great last layer on a chilly weekend walk.
november 2017
Lambswool ribbed cardigan sweater : Men Lambswool | J.Crew
If you're looking for the perfect cardigan for around the house or the back of the office chair, this is it. It's made of ultra-soft and warm lambswool that's knit into a ribbed pattern for a little character. This is how you do the cool Grandpa look well.
november 2017
TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 18 Telemeter – HODINKEE Shop
This modern automatic Carrera has a compact 39mm case and vintage styling that immediately call to mind the original Jack Heuer design – which gave rise to a whole line of Carreras. It also boasts one of the coolest and seldom found scales on its dial: a telemeter.
november 2017
Steve Bannon Is Bad for the Jews - The New York Times
Anti-Semitism is both the socialism of fools and the conservatism of creeps. If the past century holds a lesson for Jews, it’s to beware every form of illiberalism, including the illiberalism of those who purport to be on our side. Repair of the world may not be the central teaching of Judaism. But it’s always wise to stay far from those who wish to tear it asunder.
november 2017
Gola Track Mesh 317 | Huckberry
Gola established themselves over the last 100 years as a leading producer of footwear for all kinds of sports. Selected from their ‘Made in England’ capsule collection, the Track Mesh is a lightweight and breathable sneaker with a retro vibe that stays true to Gola’s shoemaking heritage.
november 2017
Beck 5 Pocket Pant in Faded Black – Marine Layer
It took us a little while to get our first structured pant just right. Since, you know, we're used to making everything absurdly soft (read: unstructured). The Bedford is a durable pant that'll last you forever. We've done the first 10% of breaking in for you. The rest is up to you.
november 2017
No-nonsense programming challenges. Hopefully. | hackattic
Hi! This is hackattic. That means nothing to you right now, and that's fine. I suck at landing pages but this thing needs an introduction, so here's a few words straight from the dude that hacked it up.
november 2017
‘Rick and Morty’ Season 3 Episode 3: Pickle Rick Recap & Review
I have no doubt that you would be bored senseless by therapy, the same way I’m bored when I brush my teeth and wipe my ass. Because the thing about repairing, maintaining and cleaning is it’s not an adventure. There’s no way to do it so wrong you might die. It’s just work. And the bottom line is, some people are okay going to work, and some people… well, some people would rather die.
november 2017
La montre Merci LMM-01
LMM-01 mechanical is equipped with a Swiss-made ETA 2801-2 movement, ensuring up to 42 hours of autonomy. LMM01 should be wound up daily The "Swiss - Made" label guarantees the quality of its construction and components. 37,5 mm case. Water resistance up to 50 meters/160 feet
november 2017
If I Could Tell You - WH Auden
Time will say nothing but I told you so
Time only knows the price we have to pay;
If I could tell you I would let you know.
november 2017
003: Craig Mod - I Want My Attention Back! • Hurry Slowly
Did you know that the mere presence of a smartphone near you is slowly draining away your cognitive energy and attention? (Even if it’s tucked away in a desk drawer or a bag.) Like it or not, the persistent use of technology is changing the quality of our attention. And not in a good way.
november 2017
Modern Vim: Craft Your Development Environment with Vim 8 and Neovim by Drew Neil | The Pragmatic Bookshelf
Turn Vim into a full-blown development environment using Vim 8’s new features and this sequel to the beloved bestseller Practical Vim. Integrate your editor with tools for building, testing, linting, indexing, and searching your codebase. Discover the future of Vim with Neovim: a fork of Vim that includes a built-in terminal emulator that will transform your workflow. Whether you choose to switch to Neovim or stick with Vim 8, you’ll be a better developer.
november 2017
Novesta x Universal Works Marathon (Grey Felt)
Slovakian footwear brand Novesta and its minimalist designs collide with the work-wear inspired ethos of UK based brand Universal Works this season. The Marathon trainer is a minimal runner with an 80s silhouette. Made in Novesta’s historic factory in Partizanské, Slovakia, this pair boast a full Burel wool upper – a traditional Portuguese fabric made by weaving wool into a thick fabric and then felting it to create a weather resistant, hard-wearing surface. A soft lining, heel pull loop, a cushioned EVA midsole and Novesta’s signature natural rubber outsole for better grip complete the sporting look.
october 2017
Zeynep Tufekci: We're building a dystopia just to make people click on ads | TED Talk | TED.com
We're building an artificial intelligence-powered dystopia, one click at a time, says techno-sociologist Zeynep Tufekci. In an eye-opening talk, she details how the same algorithms companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon use to get you to click on ads are also used to organize your access to political and social information. And the machines aren't even the real threat. What we need to understand is how the powerful might use AI to control us -- and what we can do in response.
october 2017
Folding Torch – Snow Peak
The newly designed, powerful, and compact GigaPower Folding Torch will easily light a charcoal barbecue or dry a piece of wet firewood in seconds. With a wooden grip that can be folded for easy storage, this baby can be taken anywhere!
october 2017
ELEMNT BOLT GPS Bike Computer w/ ANT+ & Bluetooth | Wahoo Fitness
The simplest to use and most aerodynamic bike computer on the market.
october 2017
Ticket to the Fair
Wherein our reporter gorges himself on corn dogs, gapes
at terrifying rides, savors the odor of pigs, exchanges unpleasantries
with tattooed carnies, and admires the loveliness of cows
october 2017
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