VeloNews: 2003 Tour de France Special Coverage h4. Trek aims for new heights with Madone Waterloo has been particularly tight-lipped about its latest high-end road racer, which will replace the 5900 Superlight. Lucky for us, information has just leaked out on the bike that Lance (and possibly his teammates) will race on in certain stages […]
Yippee, the Tour de France starts today and so does my collection of TdF blogs and other sites. Here we go: * Jeffrey A. Cross: Tour De France Trivia. Jeffery has got all the trivia about the 100th anniversary TdF * “canal OLN site”:http://www.letour.fr/2003/us/index.html. The officical site for OLN. Too bad Lance lost today. Placed […]
PR3. One of my favorites sites, Roadbikerider reviews a all-purpose bike calledl the Rivendell Rambouillet. I almost bought it just because I’m a Lord of the Rings fan. In any case, for $2K, you get a 22 lb bike that is indestructible. Something to think about. Doesn’t have couplers though.
a little ludwig goes a long way: iRider. Ludwig like iRider as a browser. Gary likes Firebird. I’ve tried Firebird. A nice one, but it is kind of true that I’m satificed on browsers. What more is there. Now when you ask me about PTP programs its a whole different story. Or photo management.
a little ludwig goes a long way: Partitioning of processing power. Great thoughts as usual by John. Main question is, why when we’ve moved from 300 MHz to 3 GHz processors, standard Windows and Office applications aren’t 10x faster at all. But, with video games, we are seeing incredible advances. Maybe it has to do […]
a little ludwig goes a long way: Audit Blog?. Another great idea by ludwig. A blog makes much more sense than the system event log. Error should really be free form text rather than forcing things into fields that don’t mean much. Just look at the audit log of XP sometimes as an example. Then […]