A short post (and great photo gallery) on news photographer Louis Deluca’s experience covering Senator Wendy Davis’ filibuster in Texas in June.
And here’s a great article about her from Vogue.
When debugging custom project setups, I ran across a great tip to quickly check whether a content model is deployed in Alfresco. It uses a seeded webscript that provides a nicely formatted JSON view of the requested type, aspect, etc.
It’s not what you think!
If you have a K1200S, K1200R, or K1300S/R with the original red incandescent tail-light, you can now update it to a nice LED unit with a retrofit kit direct from BMW. It will set you back a couple hundred bucks, but gives you a much more conspicuous rear-end. The brake light in particular is like night and day compared to the original.
I recently started using a Sena SMH10R bluetooth helmet intercom on the motorcycle. It replaced an older Autocom wired intercom. This is a review of the unit based on a couple months of use.
This weekend I moved this site from Drupal to WordPress. I plan to post an outline of the process in the coming days.
Photos from the 2013 Red Bull MotoGP, at Laguna Seca in Monterey.
Always be ready for happiness
– Sai Fong, the shopkeeper in the book The Cricket in Times Square
I forgot to warm it up before going at it.
The Powerlet tank bag socket kit is an all-inclusive kit to provide an external powerlet socket on a powered tank bag or other luggage. The socket itself is the same socket you’d install on any panel-mount application, but the kit also comes with a splitter for the inside of your tank bag: One side has a plug that fits the back of the socket, and the other side is a standard SAE cable to power other gadgets in your tank bag.
Read on for more after the jump….
I’m posting this mostly because I do it infrequently enough that I have to remember again each time I do.
Justin Vernon and a piano, singing “I Can’t Make You Love Me” like no one ever has before.