Over the past few weeks my habit has been to my habit to ride to Dickson for a coffee via Mulligan's Flat. My journey home has been a bit random. On occasion I've returned home as directly as possible, but generally I try to find an interesting path. Because of the new saddle and grips, … Continue reading Big Sunday Rides
I took a week off my mountain bike to take the pressure off my ulnar nerve. My pinky is still a little numb; maybe 10%. Yesterday I visited my Chiropractor for the first time since August 2012. He suspected that the ulnar nerve was being pinched in my neck. So tonight I had my first ride with … Continue reading Not numb no more
My fuel consumption is much better than last year. My first few fuel ups from January to March 2012 were: 5.3l/100km (estimated) 5.4 4.9 4.9 5.3 4.8 By comparison, this year to March my numbers are: 4.1 4.0 4.2 Yes, 1 fillup per month in 2013. In 2012 from the end of January to mid-March … Continue reading Prius tank-by-tank and year-on-year
The funny things you see when riding... As I hurtled down the Federal Highway/Remembrance Drive, spinning in top gear at up to 63km/h in the 100km/h zone, I noticed a Police car flashing reds and blues just beyond the Antill Street roundabout. There's a very prominent 80km/h speed camera just before the roundabout and a lot of warning … Continue reading “Ferrari Impounded after Speed and Noise Orgy”, aledgedly
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[...I hope.] Generally cycling isn't painful. Millions do it calmly and enjoyably, meandering along at a reasonable pace, riding to school and work in all weathers. I've been pleasantly surprised how little my recent exertions have hurt. I can feel my muscles after a ride but they rarely hurt much the next day. Even if I … Continue reading Cycling – uncomfortably numb and the solution
Since cleaning the PC and tweaking the BIOS I haven't had a single unexpected shutdown.
What a pain. Since 22 February one of my PCs has been locking with no apparent error. There was no tell-tale stop error recorded in Event Viewer to show which program had caused the crash. My PCs run BOINC 24/7, so the CPU are running at 100% 100% of the time. Each PC has an … Continue reading STOP 0x116 is annoying