Fat CrossFitter: The Issue with Pictures

Fat CrossFitter: The Issue with Pictures

Fat CrossFitter: The Issue with Pictures

fatcrossfitter:

There’s nothing quite like the Sound and Fury that occurs when someone posts an unflattering photo of me online. Gasps of horror. Rending of clothes. Gnashing of teeth. Hurling of curses.

It’s cute.

Coach Dave has experienced this phenomenon. So many times, in fact, that for a while he stopped…

Absolutely inspiring. Click through the links too. And then just go dance or move or lift or run or play or whatever you want to with this most amazing physical thing you will ever own.

Thanks for the reminder.

Fat CrossFitter: The Issue with Pictures

Grid: first tablet spreadsheet?

Grid: first tablet spreadsheet?

Grid: first tablet spreadsheet?

Grid: first tablet spreadsheet?

#app, #excel, #trial

Grid: first tablet spreadsheet?

Haven’t tried this yet, installing now.

Excel was a wonderful tool, amazing to think how long a run it has had. But it doesn’t work on tablets and Google docs which is an Excel clone really doesn’t either. I don’t know exactly what would replace this Swiss Army knife of technology but we all have a need for lists and rows and columns at times.

Grid: first tablet spreadsheet?

#app, #excel, #trial

Taste-Testing An Incredibly Realistic Salt Replacement (That You’ve Been Eating All Along)
BY ARIEL SCHWARTZ, fastcoexist.com

Nu-Tek Salt contains 70% less sodium than your traditional table salt. Big food producers have already started using it, but soon you’ll be able to buy it yourself. Can it replace what’s in your shaker?

For a week this past May, I used a new sal…

Anyone else think this is a bad, bad idea? We evolved to eat salt, albeit not as much as we eat these days with processed foods. The article and even the CEO point to the analogy with artificial sweeteners; basically you can now ingest more of the fake stuff.

See how well that has worked for the weight loss crowd or the diabetics.

The number of actually novel, non-obvious inventions in the software industry that maybe, in some universe, deserve a government-granted monopoly is, perhaps, two.