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31. 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 ...

32. 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 ...

33. 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 ...

34. 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 ...

35. 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 ...

36. 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 ...

37. 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 ...

38. 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 ...

39. 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 ...

40. 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:   $ ...

41. 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 ...

42. 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 ...

43. 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 ...

44. 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 ...

45. Getting Started with Perl 6
[image1] The goal of this blog post is to document the steps needed to install and run Rakudo Perl, which is a "useful and usable distribution" of Perl 6 The #perl6 IRC channel on freenode has been very active the few times I popped in with questions and I was ...

46. Review - SKINS A200 Compression Tights
I usually do at least 1 or 2 runs per week in the morning before the sun comes up. This winter has been on the cold side so I bought a set of SKINS A200 compression tights and shorts (combo pack) from The Clymb at steep discount. As I was ...

47. Two websites for HTTP responses and status codes
I found two useful websites the other day while cleaning up some code that deals with various HTTP responses and status codes. The first web site is HTTP Status Codes, which as you might be able to guess provides documentation about the various HTTP status codes: http://httpstatus.es/ Screenshots: [image1] [image2] ...

48. Export entries from dailymile with my export tool
I have been using dailymile as my fitness training log since 2010. I have now logged over 1500 entries and 6600 miles total. I don't want to lose that information. I would like to be able to do more advanced anlalytics on my personal fitness data than the dailymile web app ...

49. Leo Manzano and Hoka One One
Olympic silver medalist Leo Manzano is sponsored by maximalist cushion shoe maker Hoka One One. Leo wore some pretty slick looking racing flats or spikes for the 2015 Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games: [image1] I wonder if Hoka will be releasing these for sale anytime soon and how they ...

50. Pre-run Review of the Inov-8 Trailroc 150 Minimalist ...
Ever since New Balance discontinued the Minimus Trail MT00, and even though I stocked up on a couple of extra pairs, I have been on the lookout for a new ultra lightweight trail shoe that is currently in production. A few weeks ago I bought a pair of inov-8 Trailroc ...

51. Newnan's Lake 15k Race Report 2015
This past weekend I ran in the Lloyd Clarke Sports Newnan's Lake 15k. Weather was sunny and cold, great for racing, as seems to be the case almost every year. Here I am in my final push to the finish: [image3] Photo by Maya Comia I finished in 58:20, won ...

52. Linode now offering 10 bucks per month plan
Linode is an outstanding VPS provider. I have been a happy Linode customer since 2010 (over five years). During that time, Linode has provided many free upgrades (more memory, more disk space, ...). For their birthday last year, Linode announced a $10 per month VPS plan. This lower-cost plan is ...

53. Trail Running the Ohio Buckeye Trail, Hocking Hills
I have started a personal tradition to go on a long trail run whenever I am in Ohio to visit my parents. Even though I lived within an hour of the Hocking State Forest area trails when I was younger, I never used them for trail running. There are many ...

54. Standing At Work
I have been standing pretty much full-time at work since 2011 and I am still quite happy using my Custom-Built Standing Workstation in my current job. I do have my laptop on the lower desk surface in case I need to sit down, such as after a particularly hard morning ...

55. Gainesville Brewery Run 5k - Race Report
The Inaugural Gainesville Brewery Run was hosted by First Magnitude Brewing Company on December 14, 2014. The race course was out-and-back on the Gainesville-Hawthorne trail. All of the event facilities were located at the First Magnitude brewery. The start/finish line was just a stone's throw from the brewery so it ...

56. Pflugerville Pfeathered Pfun Run (turkey trot) - Race ...
This race report will be short and sweet. Thanksgiving was 5 short days after my Wild Hare 25k race, so I didn't register for this turkey trot until the day before. The Race Director said that he went from 25 registered runners to over 150 in the week before the ...

57. Tejas Trails Wild Hare 25k Trail Race - ...
We decided to go to Texas for Thanksgiving this year and while planning the trip I looked for area races. I was happy to find the Tejas Trails Wild Hare 50mi / 50km / 25km / 10km which takes place near Warda, Texas and was only about an hour from ...

58. St. Augustine Half Marathon 2014 - Race Report
This fall I decided to train for a Half Marathon. I already had four half marathons under my belt but this was the first time I targeted the distance with specific workouts. I had planned to run the Tom Walker Memorial Half Marathon and had figured out a schedule for ...

59. Ravine Gardens Costume Run 6k - Race Report
Last weekend I ran the Friends of Ravine Gardens Costume Run 6k in Palatka, Florida. That was the first time I had been through the park and the venue is just beautiful for a race. The course follows the driving tour road around the ravine. Definitely some hills here! The ...

60. GoPiGo - Raspberry Pi Robot
I recently received a package from another successfully funded Kickstarter project, the GoPiGo, a Raspberry Pi robot.The Kickstarter campaign raised $56k compared to their $7,600 goal. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/john-cole/gopigo-the-delightful-raspberry-pi-robot My package included the robot kit, a bunch of accessories, and an actual Raspberry Pi Model B+. The SD card comes loaded with ...



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