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91. Trail Running in the Hocking Hills, Ohio
On Christmas Day I ran from Old Man's Cave to Cedar Falls to Ash Cave along the Buckeye Trail in the Hocking Hills. It was a cold day (32 degrees), with lots of icicles hanging from the rock formations. The trail section between Old Man's Cave and Cedar Falls is ...

92. Tom Walker Memorial Half Marathon 2012 - Race ...
I'm a little behind on posting my last few race reports. I ran the Tom Walker Memorial Half Marathon on December 1, 2012, just a few weeks before attempting my first marathon. This race was a Florida Track Club event and this year the FTC provided pace groups. The two ...

93. Specify QUERY_STRING to PHP CLI
Thanks to an ancient http://PHP.net comment (http://www.php.net/manual/en/features....php#26201) and a Joomla! forum post (http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php...3#p1318363), I was able to figure out how to run a Joomla php script from the command line and specify query parameters *without* having to modify any of the PHP code to parse the arguments / options. Most ...

94. Gainesville Fisher House Veterans Day 5k 2012 - ...
I recently ran the Gainesville Fisher House Veterans Day 5k race. I was pleased to participate in this event that was well-organized and for a good cause. Martin McCrory's Race Pace Photos took pictures of the event and as always they did an awesome job. I have purchased a number ...

95. You might be an Altramaniac if...
I was recently accused of being an Altramaniac by one of the sales folks at a local running store. When I look at my collection of Altra Zero Drop shoes, it is kind of hard to argue. I do own at least one pair of every model of Altra Zero ...

96. Dead Mermaid
I was going through some old photos tonight and found this picture of a poor dead mermaid that we saw washed up on the rocks in Puerto Rico. The photo was taken near the Castillo San Felipe del Morro in Old San Juan. Here is a cropped / zoomed version ...

97. My first 50-plus mile running week
A few weeks ago my family was out of town. I took the opportunity to run... a lot... and managed to hit my first 50+ mile week. It helped that I could take naps when needed and was able to go to bed early. Here is a screenshot of my ...

98. Barefoot Running Study at the University of Florida
I recently participated in a barefoot running study at the University of Florida Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation. As of the time I started writing this blog post, the study is still seeking participants (http://www.ortho.ufl.edu/research/studies/barefoot-running). The stated purpose of the study is to compare how many calories are used and ...

99. Six SysAdmins
This is what it looks like when there is an interesting technical issue on a system administrator's computer screen. The sixth SysAdmin is me (taking the picture).

100. Do Not Collect Army Ants
We just set up an ANTWORKS ant farm. It's pretty cool. The gel inside was developed by NASA to send ants into space. Take heed of the warning about Army Ants: "Note: DO NOT attempt to collect Army Ants in your ANTWORKS container. Should you see several hundred thousand very ...

101. As-Is Ham
As-Is ham... not something we buy every day.

102. Soft Star Moc3 is still the best minimalist ...
To be fair, the Spring 2012 shoe models from many companies are not yet widely available and I have not yet tried them all. Reviews are starting to appear on the web and some of the forthcoming shoes do look interesting. However, they would have to be really completely awesomely ...

103. Fiction Read During 2011
I read 17 works of fiction during 2011. This number is down from the previous two years. Family, running, and the new job has cut into my reading time. I am doing my best to make more time for reading every day, mostly by spending less time squandering my time ...

104. Standing Workstation v2.0
A few months ago I started standing at work. I've been tweaking my desk area and this is where I am today, version 2.0 of my standing workstation: The upper LCD shelf is made from a cheap melamine shelf with CAPITA legs from IKEA. So far it is working well, ...

105. Cluster SSH
ClusterSSH is a nice tool for manipulating multiple *nix machines simultaneously. For example, if I want to run some commands on two Linux machines named server1 and server2, I could: # cssh server1 server2 And I will get two xterm windows that I can control simultaneously by typing into the ...

106. Running in Austin on the Barton Springs Greenbelt
I spent time over the holidays in Austin, Texas. Austin has some wonderful trails and greenways. I entered the Barton Springs Greenbelt at its Zilker Park trailhead, parking the car near the Barton Springs Pool facility. I have to digress and mention that Zilker Park is just great. Children and ...

107. Lloyd Clarke Sports - wall of shoes
The other day I snapped a photo of the awesome wall of shoes at Lloyd Clarke Sports: This really deserves a wide angle lens rather than my little smart phone camera. The shoe choices are amazing and include many minimalist shoes. I continue to hope that they will start carrying ...

108. A Bunch of Running Shoes
A few people have asked how many shoes I have. Ever since running became one of my primary recreational activities, shoes have become a significant hobby of mine. I used to spend money on things like video games and computer gadgets. Now I spend money on shoes. Here is a ...

109. Turkey Trot 10k 2011 - Race Report
On Thanksgiving I ran the local Gainesville Turkey Trot 10k, sponsored by Lloyd Clarke Sports. I chose to race in my Soft Star RunAmoc DASH shoes, pictured here with the race t-shirt: A significant portion of the course was beautiful grass or trail. It very much reminded me of a ...

110. Swamp Ape Beer and a Florida Track Club ...
Pictured here is an IPA called the Swamp Ape, brewed by the Florida Beer Company out of Melbourne, Florida: This is my first use of the awesome Florida Track Club pint glass that I earned for my performance in the 2011 Tom Walker Half Marathon. Next time I'll try something ...

111. GatorLUG Codeslinger Programming Contest - Fall 2011
This week I participated in a programming contest hosted by the local Linux User Group, the GatorLUG. The contest was sponsored by a local Gainesville company, Main Street Softworks, who make the Monetra payment processing software. Contestants received these really nice t-shirts:

112. Tom Walker Memorial Half Marathon 2011 - Race ...
Saturday I ran the 2011 Tom Walker Memorial Half Marathon. The race course travels along the scenic Gainesville-Hawthorne trail, a nice out-and-back course on a paved bike path. It was a cold crisp morning (around 40 degrees at the start), but the temperature was destined to go up 10-15 degrees ...

113. Krampus
I spotted Krampus at Tipple's Beer and Wine Store the other day and had to take a picture. I first learned of Krampus from a running blogger named Scott who writes wonderful running tales of his running experiences: http://derscott.blogspot.com/2011/02/...tacks.html

114. John Holmes Trail Run 2011 - Race Report
Every race is different. Last year I ran this race barefoot and had a blast, despite ending up with very sore feet. This year when I returned to the Brooksville, Florida area to run the John Holmes 16 Mile trail run, I opted to wear shoes. I wore a slightly ...

115. Soft Star RunAmoc DASH performance in the Blue ...
A few weeks ago I was on vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. I wore my Soft Star RunAmoc DASH moccasins on a number of occasions. I was completely in awe of the RunAmoc DASH trail sole's traction on the rounded boulders of the Appalachians. Pictured here ...

116. Standing Workstation v1.0
This infographic created by http://MedicalBillingandCoding.org is a nice reminder of why sitting all day is potentially bad for one's health: There are also articles that report on the dangers of sitting too much. I have certainly noticed that I feel better when I do not sit behind my computer all ...

117. New Job - System Admin with the CNS ...
On Friday I started my new position within the University of Florida as a System Administrator in the Open Systems Group (OSG), which is part of UF Computing and Network Services (CNS). I will be doing mostly Linux System Administration in support of many University-wide services, probably specializing in the ...

118. Vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains
Last week I met my extended family in Blowing Rock, North Carolina for a week of vacation in the mountains. It turns out that Blowing Rock is a really nice area and a great place to make a "home base" for attractions near Grandfather Mountain, Boone, and the Blue Ridge ...

119. Barefoot 2011 Melon Run
Even though the 4th of July festivities and fireworks were cancelled due to funding issues here in Gainesville, FL, another Independence Day tradition is still going strong. The 33rd Annual Melon Run (3-miler) is a Florida Track Club event that took place at Albert Ray Massey Westside Park on Monday. ...

120. One year of running
Thanks to dailymile I have a very nice graph of my monthly mileage for the 12 months since I started running regularly in 2010. Training logs are great. It's pretty clear that I was able to boost my mileage after receiving my Altra Instinct running shoes in April. In May ...



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