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1. New Ceph Storage Hardware for iDigBio
The Advanced Computing and Information Systems Lab where I work recently aquired new hardware to support the storage needs of iDigBio.We operate an open source Ceph cluster to provide object storage for media and datasets. iDigBio was too successful at mobilizing digital media about museum specimens... the original storage cluster ...

2. GATE River Run 15k 2018 - Race Report
This is going to barely be a race report. I find myself too busy to write very much or very often. I rode the Florida Track Club bus to Jacksonville on the day of the race which was a great way to travel so early in the morning and not ...

3. More Screenshots of ARK: Survival Evolved on Linux
ARK: Survival Evolved is very very soon moving from Early Access to RELEASE! As mentioned in my first ARK screenshots post, ARK is available on Linux via Steam. I thought I would post a few more screenshots. The most recent patch (264.36 released on August 9, 2017) seems to have ...

4. Don't trash your Torch router just yet
The Torch router was a Kickstarter project that was successfully funded and shipped product but the company failed shortly afterwards. Closed. Out of business. "Torch. A simple router for digital parenting." https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mytorch/torch-a-simple-router-for-digital-parenting I was apparently not a backer but bought the product through their store so I am unable to ...

5. Python requests urllib3 SSL warning
My Linux development computers are still running Ubuntu 14.04 which includes Python 2.7. One of the libraries I commonly use to access websites or APIs from Python is "Requests: HTTP for Humans". Requests in turn leverages urllib3.  The following warning began popping up a while ago when making requests to SSL ...

6. Screenshots of ARK: Survival Evolved on Linux
ARK: Survival Evolved is a (currently Early Access) game that works natively on Linux and is available thru Steam. It combines aspects of survival, crafting and FPS (First Person Shooter) games with... dinosaurs! It can be addictive and also can be loads of fun. And DINOSAURS! Here is my desktop ...

7. Gate2Gate Trail Run 2016 - Race Report
What a wonderful day for the 1st annual Gate2Gate Trail Run back in October. I ran the 25k. At dawn's first light, ready to go (I'm on the left wearing the Salomon S-Lab Sense Ultra Set Hydration Vest and Under Armour - The Flash compression shirt): [image1] Photo Credit: Cathy ...

8. Storm Trooper and Darth Vader Art
Birthday present from my wife... artwork by Cheryl Russell. Now hanging above my reading chair in the living room. [image1]

9. Review - Salomon S-Lab Sense Ultra Set Hydration ...
For the past few years I have used Nathan handheld bottles for my hydration needs. These have worked well, and carried me through my first 50k quite successfully a few years back. This summer has been especially brutal in Florida... high heat and lots of humidity, day after day, week ...

10. How to Install Minecraft Mods on Linux
See the "Additional Notes" section near the bottom of this article for more info on installing and running the java version of Minecraft on Linux. The first thing I noticed when I started looking at Minecraft mods is dependencies. One major dependency to note is the Minecraft version. At the time ...

11. Gainesville Summer Track Meets 2016
The 2016 Gainesville "Thursday Night Lights" track meets begin on the evening of June 30.  Cone Park Track will be host to  track and field events for children and adults of all ages.  The cost is $1 admission at the gate to cover the cost of Timing and Starter. [image1] ...

12. Release v1.3 of my dailymile_export tool
Announcing v1.3 of my dailymile export tool In this most recent release of dailymile_export I have updated the Python version to grab extended information for each entry. The download bundle is available: https://github.com/danstoner/dailymile_export/releases The basic usage info of the python script: $ python dailymile_export_to_tsv.py --help usage: dailymile_export_to_tsv.py [-h] [-d] [-e] ...

13. My Running Form in Slow Motion - May ...
This past weekend my friend Richard G. and I went to the local track to take some video of our running forms. [image3] Here are two videos of my running, both edited with the OpenShot Video Editor. The first video was taken on a GoPro Hero in 720p mode, with ...

14. GATE River Run 15k 2016 - Race Report
Racing a 15k three weeks after running a full marathon PR is not ideal. I managed to squeeze in some speed work and felt remarkably recovered on race day of the 2016 GATE River Run. This year I once again rode the charter bus provided by Florida Track Club which ...

15. Five Points of Life Marathon 2016 - Race ...
A little over a month ago I ran the Ocala Marathon in a bit under 3:19, or 7:35 minutes per mile. For the Five Points of Life Marathon, I was planning for even pacing of 7:10 - 7:30 per mile, hoping to earn a Boston Qualifying time (BQ) and run ...

16. Ocala Marathon 2016 - Race Report
I finished the Ocala Marathon with a smile on my face and I was able to put on pants afterwards without triggering any muscle cramps, so I consider this to be Mission Accomplished! [image2] Photo by EventMugShots I finished in 3:18:51 (avg. 7:35 per mile) and 3rd place overall. [image4] ...

17. Inaugural Alachua Lake Half Marathon 2015
Last month I ran the Inaugural Alachua Lake Half Marathon which was another fine event directed by Bobby of Lloyd Clarke Sports. After a low mileage summer (about a month and half of 20-30 mile weeks) that included a lot of Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUP) instead of running, I have been ...

18. Stoner's Smoothie Milkshake Recipe
Dan Stoner's Smoothie Milkshake recipe. I'm not an exact measurement kind of guy... this recipe makes enough smoothie for 2 - 4 people. Part 1 2 or 3 handfulls of Spinach, Kale, or other salad greens Veggies such as carrots or zucchini 1 or 2 ripe bananas Tablespoon of Protein ...

19. Stand-Up Paddleboard
Over the summer I started doing Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) for fun. I even renewed my fishing license. SUP is a great core muscle workout! I ended up buying two SUPs on craigslist so I have the option to take buddies along. Before deciding to get a SUP I looked at ...

20. We are Hiring a Front-end Developer
My department at UF has a job opening for a Front-end Developer. This is the blurb that I sent to various tech-oriented mailing lists. It appears that the initial posting duration is rather short (closes 30 Sep 2015). OFFICIAL JOB POST:   http://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/cw/en-us/job/493532/it-expert The official information is at the above ...

21. Write in Markdown and use pandoc to generate ...
The last time I updated my resume I decided that it needed some major revisions. I didn't want to use a WYSIWYG editor anymore and I wanted to start tracking changes to my resume with git. After looking at various plain text file formats and markup options, and even though ...

22. Tesla BareTrek 30 Minimalist shoe
While searching for any newly released minimalist shoes in 2015, I found the Tesla BareTrek 30 Minimalist shoes on Amazon for under 30 bucks. I ordered the brightly colored Orange and Blue (Go Gators!). My Teslas arrived in a plastic bag, tied with a little red plastic cord. No unusual ...

23. Lubuntu Linux on Dell Latitude E7240
I wanted to buy two laptops, one for me to run Linux and an identical one for a family member who needs to run Windows. We didn't want Windows 8 with a touchscreen, we wanted a regular laptop with Windows 7. If I were only buying a single laptop for ...

24. GATE River Run 15k 2015 - Race Report
I am super late in getting this race report out. The Gate River Run 15k in Jacksonville happened in March and I see that it is now July... This year I was seeded into the front of the first wave, with a yellow 3-digit race number, based on the quality ...

25. Gainesville Summer Track Meet Series 2015
The 2015 Gainesville 2nd Annual Summer All Comer Track Meets are coming soon! On Thursday Evenings June 11th, June 18th and July 2nd, Cone Park Track will be host to  track and field events for children and adults of all ages.  The cost this year will be $1 per person ...

26. My dailymile_export tool - this time in Perl
I first announced  my dailymile export tool in February 2015. Announcing v1.2 of my dailymile export tool In this most recent release of dailymile_export I have included a Perl 5 version of the script. The download bundle is available: https://github.com/danstoner/dailymile_export/releases The basic usage info of the perl script:   $ ...

27. Team Youth Combine wins 2015 LGAA 5k
The LGAA 5k and Corporate Challenge is held at Ironwood Golf Course in Gainesville, Florida. http://www.lgalum.com/LGAA-5K I have had the pleasure of participating on the Youth Combine race team for the past 2 years, both of which... we won! Youth Combine is a local Gainesville organization that offers affordable, effective ...

28. Five Points of Life Marathon 2015 - BQ!
[image2] Photo via Five Points of Life (Facebook) In February I finished my third marathon, the Five Points of Life Marathon 2015. Here's all of the good stuff... Official finish time was a BQ of 3:12:50 (should meet the 2016 Boston Marathon qualifying standards), Masters Winner, PR by over 13 ...

29. Race The Tortoise 5k 2015 - Race Report
I earned my first "tortoise trophy" at the 2015 Race The Tortoise 5k at O'Leno State Park. This is always a nice event and a fast course. [image1] I just didn't have a lot of racing gumption in me that day but still managed a Masters win. Congrats to the ...

30. Robust Trail Shoes for the Minimalist-Minded, 2015 edition
I have been looking for a more robust trail shoe to handle a 40- or 50-mile Ultra over rugged terrain (think Mohican 50 in Ohio or Highlands Sky 40 in West Virginia or maybe Pine Mountain 40 in GA). I am hoping for more protection from rocks underneath and from ...


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