健毅 黃 was out running. He tracked 2.83 km in 17m:00s.
I finished a 16 minute @FitStar Session and burned 169 calories with 105 seconds Jumping Jacks
Jack Wallen reviews the bq Aquaris M10 tablet and he’s impressed. If you’ve been on the fence about Ubuntu Touch, this might just assuage those unpleasant feelings.
Canonical tried to do this with their last attempt to crowdsource their Ubuntu phone, but it didn’t make enough money. This one looks pretty good too. Now I wonder if I could run Android apps on there too. :D
I finished a 13 minute @FitStar Session and burned 118 calories with 45 seconds Muay Thai Kicks
I finished a 14 minute @FitStar Session and burned 139 calories with 25 Half Pushups
Surprisingly a couple of these made me laugh.
#5 you’ll get penis envy. Actually, it’s not a good thing – especially if you forget to wear tight pants. Trying to run around the park with your little friend trying his darnedest to distract you is definitely not fun. Funny, yes. Uncomfortable? Damned so.
#6 you will become a running bore – guilty.
#10 you will want to do another one – yes, but not yet. The atmosphere when I ran the RPHM was electric. I want to experience that again, but not yet.
Completed mission “Interval Training” #zombiesrun
6 intervals , 15/60 split with 10 min warmup run. Nice run, but hit wall at 5th interval.
Interestingly, just checked my stats (have to manually connect this workout with my Endomondo training plan) and found that I hit 1km in 05:12 at peak, and 06:58 at lowest
If ever there was a time you wish you could click ‘undo’, this would be it.
But while most people are often rescued by the quick ‘control+z’ command – seeing their entire document return to the screen after inadvertently deleting it all – there was no such saving grace for Marco Marsala.
The command, “rm -rf”, deletes everything it is told to and blocks the helpful warnings that usually inform the user that something is being deleted. In this case, because he hadn’t specified what he wanted deleted, it erased everything.
With super-user permissions comes great responsibility, which unfortunately doesn’t help with stupidity.
With the roll out of a new version of Chrome, Google is saying goodbye to a few old favorites. Maybe “favorites” isn’t the right word. The browser will no longer be updated to support Windows XP, Vista, and OS X 10.8. Goodnight, sweet Vista, and your glossy menus.
RIP XP. Finally. Although I say finally, but I’m pretty sure some places are still using XP because they can’t/won’t recode applications to support Windows 2000